HOSKINS – Residents in Hoskins, are among those cleaning up from tonight’s storms.
Residents in Hoskins reported seeing multiple funnel clouds, although none have been confirmed by the National Weather Service at this time.
The Wayne County town suffered major tree damage, but remarkably, despite a few homes suffering damage to their siding and roof and one destroyed shed, there was very little structural damage in town.
Tree limbs knocked power out to all of Hoskins. Residents were told by Northeast Nebraska Public Power District officials that they hoped to have power restored sometime tomorrow.
Storms were reported all over northeast Nebraska, three years to the day that tornadoes tore Pilger and Wakefield.
LIST OF REPORTED STORM DAMAGE:
UNCONFIRMED TORNADO SIGHTINGS:
– Eight miles north of Meadow Grove
– Six miles east of Madison
– Newman Grove
– Silver Creek
– Grain bin destroyed 4 miles northeast of Hoskins
– Roof blown off building north of Creston
– 80 mph wind gust reported in Hooper; multiple street signs blown down
– 74 mph wind gust reported 4 miles south of Norfolk
West of Battle Creek – Courtesy: Alexandria Austin
West of Norfolk
East of Norfolk – Courtesy: Jeff Mimick
South of Wisner – Courtesy: Mike Moeller
NE of Meadow Grove – Courtesy: Jill Austin
North of 275-57 Intersection – Courtesy: Shelly Herscheid
Courtesy: Myra Sanchez
Courtesy: Jade Schultz
Genoa – Courtesy: Lila Wilson
ERPPD Roof in Battle Creek – Courtesy: Jarrett Leger
Courtesy: DeAnne Stapleton