This graphic provided Friday, April 13, 2012, by NOAA's Storm Prediction Center shows a high risk of severe weather in portions of Kansas and Oklahoma on Saturday, April 14. According to forecasters, there is a 60 percent chance of tornadoes, high wind and hail within 25 miles of a point in an area from Salina, Kan., to Oklahoma City. Also, in the area marked with dashed lines, there is a 10 percent or greater chance that storms within 25 miles of a point could be significant. That region stretches from near Omaha, Neb., to west of Dallas. (AP Photo/NOAA)
The Johnson County emergency manager says a tornado has taken down barns, outbuildings and trees in a path that spans several miles.
Clint Strayhorn says he is walking the path of destruction left by the apparent tornado reported about 5:15 p.m. Saturday near the Johnson-Nemaha county line. He says he's walked 2 miles and still hasn't reached the end of the storm damage.
Strayhorn says he sees a barn down and has had reports of other barns and outbuildings being destroyed, as well as several downed
There's no word yet on injuries. Strayhorn says he's still trying to make sure everyone is OK.
The Nemaha County emergency manager, Renee Critser, says the twister moved into her county but she's not heard of any damage.