Authorities are warning of flooding after a spring storm dumped heavy rain across a large swath of eastern Kansas.
Hail as big as grapefruit fell in northern Kansas on Tuesday.
On April 27, 2011, a series of tornadoes killed hundreds of people, injured thousands and reduced countless buildings to rubble.
KSN had crews check out different parts of town and reported that flooding is no longer a threat.
Hail as large as baseballs had been spotted in Kansas
The tornado was seen Tuesday about 4 miles southwest of Mayfield in Sumner County.
KSN viewers are sending their photos of weather and hail from around the area. View the pictures here!
Much of the state is under a moderate risk or enhanced risk for severe thunderstorms.
KSN talked with officials about what you can do to prepare for severe weather.
The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma, says the most dangerous weather is predicted for a 55,000-square-mile.
Troopers say something they’re seeing a lot more of are people who are live-streaming while they’re driving.
FEMA is coordinating with state and local officials in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska in preparation for storms.
With the possibility of severe weather Tuesday, the fire department wants residents to be aware of safety tips.
Storms with high winds and hail moved across central and northeast Kansas,
Parts of the KSN viewing area were under a tornado watch Sunday evening.