At 63rd and Hydraulic there has been reports of significant damage to homes. Several parts of Wichita are now without power. 9,000 residents are in the dark.
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Damage has also been reported off of Kellogg, a half mile east of Greenwich. No injuries have been reported at this time.
Here's a look back at some of the warnings issued Saturday.The National Weather Service has issued a tornado emergency for Conway Springs. This is the second tornado emergency issued tonight. Macksville in Stafford County is also under the emergency warning. The emergency is issued when a strong and large tornado is headed towards a community.
The storm in Conway Spring is moving towards south Wichita and Derby. Sirens are sounding in Sedgwick County and you should take precautions. Ross Janssen says the storm is cycling, which means dropping tornadoes on and off. Ross says there's a strong potential for this system to produce additional tornadoes.
When the sirens sound in Sedgwick County, all of the sirens will go off. The county is not yet done with the upgrade. However, everyone should take tornado precautions to be safe. Storm Team 12 will remain on the air to let you know what's happening.
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If you do hear sirens, you need to take cover. Go to the lowest part of your home, a basement or bathroom. Stay away from doors and windows.
Earlier tonight, a Storm Team 12 chaser saw a wedge tornado two miles west of Goessel in Marion County. He says it was a large wedge tornado that became rain wrapped. Between the rain and darkness, it's becoming more difficult for our chasers to track storms.
That's why our meteorologists are Doppler radar, they can analyze the radar for rotation to help detect tornadoes.
The threat of tornadoes continue throughout Kansas. Another storm is moving through Oklahoma into Kansas. Parts of Harper County is also under a tornado warning.
Earlier in the evening, a dangerous wedge tornado ended up back on the ground near Ottawa County north of I-70. It also headed towards Dickinson County.
This is the same storm system that produced a wedge tornado for more than 15 minutes in Rice and Saline Counties.
Storm Team 12 Meteorologist Ross Jannsen says this is what he feared, the storm system reorganized. He says this tornado can cause significant damage.
Sirens sounded in the town of Salina, but the threat there is about over. The storm is still moving north and east of Salina.
Storm Team 12 can help you follow the storms no matter where you are headed. We offer two different Apps for all of your weather needs.
Download the Storm Team 12 App for interactive radar and current conditions by zip code. Also download the KWCH App, where you can watch streaming video of our Always On Storm Team 12 Weather Channel, channel 12.2. There you can also send us your storm shots and receive weather alerts. The Apps are free to download for i-Phone, i-Pad and Android.
If you don't have a smart phone, Text Me 12 can also alert you to storms.
And if you want to stay ahead of weather while watching television, turn to channel 12.2 for our Always On Storm Team 12 Weather Channel.