EF1 tornado confirmed in Johnson County, and EF2 tornado in Jackson County

The EF1 tornado stretched from Johnson County, Kansas into Jackson County, Missouri early Wednesday. NWS Kansas City originally reported reports show the EF1 tornado spun up in Johnson County, and stayed on the ground for nearly 14 miles, crossing the state line into Jackson County, Missouri. Officials report 100mph maximum southeast as part of this storm, and a 125-yard width. Damage surveyors were also sent to Independence and Buckner, Missouri. The EF2 tornado with 115 mph max winds. It cuts a 9-mile path. Kansas City area early Wednesday morning. Johnson County, Kansas Emergency Management tweeted that the National Weather Service issued the tornado warning at 1:21 am and it’s NotifyJoCo alerts were automatically sent to 15,527 people who opted-in to receive tornado warnings and had a registered address within the tornado warned area. 42,154 calls, texts, and emails sent by 1:23 am Meteorologist Nick Bender said Wednesday morning that early reports from the NWS state a tornado may have formed in Overland Park near 95th Street and Antioch between 1:17 and 1:23 am From there, it traveled east along 95th Street to at least State Line Road . Another warning was issued, this time looping in Jackson County, Missouri, shortly after 1:30 am Out of 2:15 am, Evergy, the primary utility provider for this area of ​​Kansas City, noted more than 64,000 customers without power. The Independence Power and Light outage showed more than 4,000 customers without power as of 2:30 am BPU which primarily services Kansas City, Kansas, noted more than 1,400 outages early Wednesday. The severe threat to the Kansas City area greatly diminished shortly after 2 am While the storm weakened after its initial push through the metro, the First Alert weather team suggests keeping your guard up into the daylight hours. Make sure you still have multiple ways to receive watches and warnings, such as through NOAA Weather Radio, the KMBC 9 app, or other programs.

The Kansas City area hit early Wednesday morning.

Damage surveyors believe the EF1 tornado stretched from Johnson County, Kansas into Jackson County, Missouri early Wednesday.

NWS Kansas City originally reported reports show the EF1 tornado spun up in Johnson County, and stayed on the ground for nearly 14 miles, crossing the state line into Jackson County, Missouri.

Officials report 100mph maximum southeast as part of this storm, and a 125-yard width.

Damage surveyors were also sent to Independence and Buckner, Missouri.

The EF2 tornado with 115 mph max winds. It cut a 9-mile path.

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Meanwhile residents are picking up the pieces after these storms damaged trees and some structures.

Power outages have been reported for thousands of customers across the Kansas City metro area after a strong, violent line of thunderstorms pushed into the Kansas City area early Wednesday morning.

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Johnson County, Kansas Emergency Management tweeted that the National Weather Service issued the tornado warning at 1:21 am and it’s NotifyJoCo alerts were automatically sent to 15,527 people who opted-in to receive tornado warnings and had a registered address within the tornado warned area. Emergency managers said all 42,154 calls, texts, and emails sent by 1:23 am

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From Kansas, Missouri, with multiple tornado warnings issued by the National Weather Service due to radar indicated conditions.

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Meteorologist Nick Bender’s First Alert Line Road. Another warning was issued, this time looping in Jackson County, Missouri, shortly after 1:30 am

As of 2:15 am, Evergy, the primary utility provider for this area of ​​Kansas City, noted more than 64,000 customers without power.

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The Independence Power and Light outage showed more than 4,000 customers without power as of 2:30 am BPU which primarily services Kansas City, Kansas, noted more than 1,400 outages early Wednesday.

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The severe threat to the Kansas City area greatly diminished shortly after 2 am While the storm weakened after its initial push through the metro, the First Alert weather team suggests keeping your guard up into the daylight hours. Make sure you still have multiple ways to receive watches and warnings, such as through NOAA Weather Radio, the KMBC 9 app, or other programs.

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