It wasn’t enough to classify as an outbreak, but it was nonetheless impressive how many different states reported tornadoes on Wednesday.
Every state surrounding Kansas - and the Sunflower State as well - reported at least one tornado yesterday. A total of 16 tornadoes were reported in 8 states: Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, Illinois and Wyoming.
The lone Kansas tornado was reported 22 miles north of Liberal in Seward County. That’s a rural part of the state near Satanta and Sublette.
Other than some roofs being blown off of a hay barn and some pole sheds by strong thunderstorm wind gusts, I haven’t been able to find damage reports linked to those storms.