Storms with strong winds hit parts of DakotasThunderstorms packing winds as strong as 85 mph caused damage throughout parts of the Dakotas late Sunday and early Monday.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Thunderstorms packing winds as strong as 85 mph caused damage throughout parts of the Dakotas late Sunday and early Monday.
National Weather Service reports show that damage included a deck torn from a house in the south central North Dakota town of Selfridge, and a trampoline thrown into the side of a house in Bismarck. Trees were uprooted in neighboring Mandan, and there were power outages and street flooding in the two cities. Street flooding also was reported in Fargo later Monday morning.
In the eastern North Dakota town of Hope, about two dozen trees were uprooted, damaging cars and homes. The weather service reports the town's grain elevator also was damaged.
Tree damage also was reported in western South Dakota, along with large hail and heavy rain.