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Sunday storms included tornadoes

(KAIR)--No word of any injuries, following severe weather that threatened portions of the local area Sunday.

Tornado warnings were issued Sunday afternoon, around 2:00, for Doniphan County, Kansas, while local areas of Missouri, including Buchanan County, were also placed under a warning a short time later.

In Doniphan County, a tornado was spotted near Troy, with images of the tornado posted to social media by some residents who witnessed the storm.

The Associated Press reports that debris consistent with a tornado was found in Doniphan County, and the Doniphan County Sheriff’s Office has received reports of damage to outbuildings, along with downed tree limbs, and other similar damage. Lawn furniture, such as patio tables, were flipped over, and lawn chairs thrown about, in the affected area of the tornado.

Other areas of the listening area escaped tornadic activity, but did incur strong winds, which blew lawn furniture at some south-side Atchison residences, along with heavy rainfall that came with Sunday’s thunderstorms.

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