Severe Weather Rolls Through Area Causing Damage

KSCB News - June 3, 2013 10:05 pm

Severe Weather rolled throughout the Southwest Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas Panhandle areas Monday night bringing with it, high winds, lightning, rain and hail. In Liberal, power outages were reported as was limbs being torn from trees and entire trees being toppled over. Traffic lights also sustained damage, and Liberal Police Officers were on hand to direct traffic. Winds in excess of 75 mph were reported at Liberal Municipal airport with pea size hail falling for a short time throughout the city. Simillar stories and damage was reported around the area. At Crossroads Therapeutic Riding Center, their large overhead door was ripped from its track and tossed to the ground. Quarte sized hail was reported near Bryans Corner, with 58 mph winds clocked near Hooker Ok. The possibility of more severe weather will continue over the next couple of days.

 

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