(KFVS) - Scattered storms were moving through the Heartland this morning and afternoon.
Several tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings were issued in southeast Missouri, southern Illinois and western Kentucky.
A marina was damaged at Kentucky Lake on Sunday afternoon in Marshall County.
The National Weather Service reports:
- Roof damage and trees down on Butler County Road 470. There is also reports of a tree down on a house and car on County Road 461. There were trees down on Highway B in Carter County between Highway 21 and 60.
- Siding was peeled back on a home in Delta, Mo. One inch limbs were down between Wyatt and Charleston, Mo. There were 60 mph winds reported in Cape Girardeau.
- Wind damage was reported with trees down near Golconda, Illinois.
- A church roof was damaged in Smithland, Ky. in Livingston County.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet reports
- Limbs down at a number of locations around Lilvingston County. KY 453/Iuka Road was blocked at the south edge of Smithland near the Dollar General Store.
- Livingston County is reporting trees down on a number of county roads. The county road department and fire and rescue personnel are working to clear those locations.
- Crittenden County reports a tree down along KY 70 in the Frances area.
Graves County Sheriff Jon Hayden said areas near Clear Springs and Symsonia, Ky. were most affected by the storms.
One person was injured at Murray State University during Sunday’s storms.
Power outages as of 11:30 p.m. Sunday, June 23
Mo. Co-op (Black River/Citizen’s Electric/Ozark Border)
Cape Girardeau 30
West Ky. Rural Electric
Jackson Purchase Energy
Consumer-members who are currently experiencing an outage, should prepare to be out for several hours, possibly days.
Paducah Power System
KY 305/Cairo Road is closed in McCracken County due to downed power lines as of 8 p.m. on Sunday. This is west of the I-24 Paducah Exit 3 Interchange. Utility crews are attempting to clear power lines intermingled with downed trees are that are blocking the roadway. Estimated duration is 4 to 6 hours.
Meteorologist Lisa Michaels says to expect mostly cloudy skies tonight with the chance scattered rain chances through the evening into Monday morning, but it is not looking severe.
Monday looks to be a drier day, but there is a chance for scattered rain-storms during the morning hours. This will clear out heading into the afternoon as a cold front will push through. High temps will be in the low to mid 80s.
We will continue to have a dry trend heading into next week.
There will be small increased chances of isolated rain/storm activity during the afternoons when we have peak heating.
Many parts of the Heartland are experiencing flooding.
The Cape Girardeau Region Airport suspended flights due to a power outage.
Parts of Illinois Route 3 and IL 146 are still closed.