WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Several KSN News viewers sent in videos of a landspout tornado that touched down in Rush County on Tuesday evening.
Some of them shared photos they were able to snap:
KSN Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman and KSN Meteorologist Jack Boston are tracking storm reports from across the state:
- 2-inch hail 3 miles east of Ensign in Ford County.
- Also, Ford County EOC reports water over the road between 102 and 106 on Saddle Road. Reporting about 3 inches of rain in that area.
- Quarter-size hail 5 miles southeast of Alexander in Rush County.
- Quarter-size hail continues in the storm in southwest Ford County. Storm is barely moving.
- Landspout tornado was reported just before 6 p.m. near Rush Center in Rush County.
- Quarter-size hail and wind damage 6 southwest of Ft. Dodge in Ford County (3-inch tree limbs and power poles broken).
- 60 mph wind gust at 3 miles NW of Pierceville in Finney County
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