CORNING, Kan. - Tornadoes have been roaring over parts of northern Kansas for a second straight day. No injuries have been reported.
Scattered property damage was reported late Tuesday afternoon in the small Nemaha County town of Corning. Authorities there said a tornado destroyed at least one home and damaged another, while several sheds and outbuildings were also hit.
Farther west, a large tornado was reported north of Salina near the Ottawa County town of Bennington. The twister was initially spotted around 5:30 p.m. and hadn't lifted nearly an hour later.
Tuesday's violent weather follows an outbreak Monday night that saw at least four tornadoes in northeastern Kansas counties where two businesses and about 20 homes in Maryville were damaged or destroyed.