Strong storms pushed through the Ozarks late Wednesday into overnight hours Thursday, causing damage in some areas.
The National Weather Service issued Severe Thunderstorm Warnings for several counties along and south of I-44.
Although there were no reports of funnel clouds that touched down, tornado warnings were issued for portions of Barry, Stone, Greene and Lawrence counties.
Emergency Management reported trees down and power flashes across Greene County, including limbs down at Primrose and National.
Marshfield Fire Crews were clearing a house fire caused by lightning.
Spotters in Stone County said golf ball size hail fell in Highlandville.
Out in Barry County, there were reports of 69 mph winds in Wheaton and power outages in Purdy. Areas in Strafford north of I-44 were without power for long amounts of time.