Hundreds of people were out of power on Sundays in Missouri and Kansas when storms swept through the area, urging officials to warn drivers while the warning of flash floods was effective to stay off the road.
Until 8:45 am local time In the cities of Trenton, Bethany, and Gallatin, Missouri, a flash flood warning was in force, according to the National Weather Service, while such warnings were in effect until 8:30 am local time in Saint Joseph, Atchison, and Savannah.
Parts of Kansas, including Coffeysville, Independence and Eureka, had been warned of a violent thunderstorm, according to officials.
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The NWS office in Kansas City reported a flash The flood watch was in operation by 1
This morning with the heaviest south of the Missouri River, "the ministry said." The main threat is heavy rains and lightning strikes with possible flash floods in areas hit hard last night. "
Weather officials warned," Turn around "Do not drown!"
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Strong winds blew through Kansas, leaving hundreds without power WeStar Energy and Kansas City Power & Light reported that more than 500 customers were without power from 6 o'clock local time.