The National Weather Service is investigating why a warning wasnt issued for a small northeast Kansas town when a tornado hit the city.
The Kansas City Star reports that the EF1 tornado developed early Friday morning on the southwest side of Marysville and went through about 3:45 a.m. The twister was about 50 yards wide and produced winds of 105 mph.
No injuries were reported. A home suffered roof damage and a 3,000-gallon gasoline tank was tossed around.