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Storm clouds and power lines down off Highway 39 near Cedar Springs, MO in late morning of January 29th, 2013 Image by Courtesy Kyra Jones
The National Weather Service says severe thunderstorms showing rotation have caused damage late this morning in parts of Cedar, St. Clair, and Hickory Counties to the northwest of Springfield.
Law enforcement in Cedar County has received multiple reports of barn damage and power lines down in the Cedar Springs area, while 65 mile per hour winds have been measured in Osceola.
In Stockton, an emergency manager reports roof and siding damage at a home, with a power pole snapped and a large tree down.
In Hickory County, two trees were blocking Highway 83 just north of Quincy. A shed also blew across the road there. and power lines are down in the area.
These storms have shown signs of rotation, and tornado warnings were issued late this morning for all three counties.
Much of the KTTS listening area remains under a tornado watch until 3 p.m.
The KTTS Storm Team will have live updates throughout the day on 94.7, Today's KTTS.
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