(WICHITA, Kan.) — Hail combined with high winds caused damage across the state Monday afternoon. A roof at Butler Community College was blown back and cars were moved sideways.
Another roof was blown off of a barn at Santa Fe Lake Road and a shed was blown into power lines. Trees were uprooted in Wichita.
Windows were blown out of cars in a Haysville parking lot and some cities are facing downed power lines tonight.
The worst of the storm appears over for most of Kansas, leaving people to access the damage.
“It got really, really black and it started sprinkling, then it started hailing and then it was going sideways and flying this way,” said Leekers employee Hope McNiel.
A storm rolled in quickly across Wichita. Blink and you might have missed it.
“It was crazy, loud and really quick. It happened in just a few minutes,” said McNiel.