WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – While many are dealing with flooding, other areas were hit by tornadoes.
In Phillips County in northern Kansas, a tornado touched down Tuesday. Emergency officials said there are no reports of damage.
Near Chapman, a storm chaser caught video of a tornado as it crossed over a road in Dickinson County around 4:45 p.m. The storm snapped several power poles causing dozens to lose electricity.
In northeast Kansas, another chaser caught a tornado near the Nebraska state line. A highway in the area was closed for some time while crews removed downed power lines.
KHP Air Support Unit followed the paths of tornadoes in NM, JA, & AT counties to ensure all damaged structures had been checked pic.twitter.com/vUQdzQSN5t — KHP Air Support Unit (@KHPAircraft) May 22, 2019