Severe storms move through NE KS

(L-R ) Tornado in southern Nemaha County and tornado north of Robinson in Brown County/ Credit: Neil Clowe and Deb Winters

(MSC News)--Severe storms moved through northeast Kansas Saturday afternoon, bringing high winds, heavy rain, hail and several tornadoes.

Locally, tornadoes were reported in Brown, Doniphan and Nemaha Counties.

In Nemaha County, County Emergency Management Director Eddie Aldrine said they had two tornados in the southern half of the county.

He said the first tornado, which was rated as an EFO by the National Weather Service, had a mile long path that started about four miles south of Centralia and moved east. An outbuilding was damaged by the tornado.

Aldrine said the second tornado was also an EFO that began 2 miles northwest of Goff and moved to the east/northeast toward Brown County. He said that tornado did not impact any structures, but damaged trees along the path.

An EFO tornado has wind speeds of 65 to 85 miles an hour.

In Brown County, no damage was reported from a tornado that touched down north of Robinson.

Also no damage was reported from a tornado that touched down near White Cloud in Doniphan County.

The National Weather Service says more severe storms are possible this week.

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