MADISON, Kan. (KSNW) – The National Weather Service determined a tornado touched down in Greenwood County Wednesday night.

The weather service on Thursday evaluated the damage and determined the tornado in Madison was measured as an EF-0 with a wind of 75 mph. The tornado traveled nearly half a mile and was 100 yards wide. EF-0 tornadoes are described by the weather service as weak.

According to the NWS, law enforcement reported power flashes, tree damage and shingles off some Madison roofs. Heavy rain also caused some roads in the town to be impassable.

The Greenwood County Sheriff’s Office reported that several carports were damaged or destroyed. Video from the Madison pool showed tree limbs blown into the pool and some outdoor furniture scattered.