(KFVS) - The following storm reports are from the National Weather Service in Paducah, Kentucky on Wednesday:
9:28pm- Large tree uprooted north of Zalma, Mo.
9:05pm- Damage to deck railing on a house. Heavy grill blown across deck in Fisk, Mo.
9pm- West of Bloomfield, Mo.: Late report. Wind damage to home. Windows blown out. Tree snapped in half. Well housing damaged. Second home had half of roof with damage. Hood blown off of vehicle.
8:53pm- Trees down along Highway 21 near Hwy. CC. Some structural damage reported, but extent is unknown at this time. North of Poynor in Ripley Co., Mo.
8:53pm- 60 mph winds in Poplar Bluff, Mo.
8:35pm- Several tree branches down east of Doniphan along Hwy. 160.
8:15pm- Brightong, Ill.: 6-foot tall spruce tree uprooted and a few shingles blown off nearby house.
8:06pm- In Ripley Co.: Approx. 100-200 trees blown in different directions. 12-inch diameter cedar tree broken off and moved. 1 barn destroyed with debris blown up into trees. Three vehicles damaged in barn. Home sustained shingle damage and other minor damage. Damage may be from a possible tornado, to be assessed on Thurs.
5:20pm- Report of power outages in Doniphan, Mo.
5:05pm- Delayed report. Rotating wall cloud with funnel cloud observed crossing the Dix Texico Road in Jefferson Co., Ill.
4:56pm- A funnel cloud was spotted five miles N of Woodlawn, IL
4:50pm- 1.75 inch hail reported three miles SW of Dix, IL
4:45pm- 1.50 inch hail causes vinyl siding to home in Dix, IL
4:22pm- 1 inch hail causes minor damage to vinyl siding and screens on a house in a Dix, IL
4:16pm - A funnel cloud was spotted by a trained spotter three miles SW of Waltonville, IL
Ameren Ill. reported power outages as of 11:20 p.m.
Randolph County - 1
Ameren Mo. reported power outages as of 11:20 p.m.
St. Francois County - 32
New Madrid County - 2
Reynolds County - 44
Scott County - 38
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