Portions of Harrison, Grundy, and Linn counties had reports of severe damage to newly emerged crops from Saturday's hailstorm. There also were reports of damage of at least some damage to siding, shingles, and windows. Some power outages also occurred.
Hail reports from Saturday afternoon and evening came in first from western Missouri then later further to the east.
North Missouri reports included the Albany area with half dollar to quarter size hail, the Bethany area golf to dime size, the Gallatin vicinity ping pong to golf ball, the Leisure Lake area marble to golf ball, the Edinburg area baseball size, an unconfirmed report in the Crowder State Park area of softball size hail, the Trenton area of pea to golf ball, the Laredo vicinity quarter size and smaller, ping pong east of Laredo, golf ball three miles south of Browning , and quarter size southeast of Braymer.
Crowder State Park west of Trenton had hail and wind damage from the storm that went through that area late Saturday afternoon.
Grundy County Emergency Management Coordinator Glenn Briggs is asking persons with significant damage reports to contact him so he can document the damage. He can be reached via the Grundy County Emergency Management facebook page, or by contacting the non-emergency telephone number at the Trenton Police Department.
KTTN was off the air Saturday evening because of a power outage at our transmitter site east of Trenton.
The Ray County town of Orrick had considerable structural damage from a tornado late Saturday afternoon including roofs blown off. No serious injuries were reported.