Mother Nature blitzed Kansas with tornadoes, hail, and rain Saturday and early Sunday. It was one of the busiest storm days in recent memory across the state.
Geary County escaped major storm damage, although a tornado warning was issued at one point early Sunday morning for the city of Milford and the Milford Township. That storm cell quickly moved off into Clay and Riley counties. There were earlier storm warnings Saturday night for the southeast and northwest corners of Geary County.
Emergency Management Director Garry Berges did not have any reports of injuries or major damage on Sunday.
Around the area tornado warnings were in effect for Dickinson, Saline, Morris, Clay, and Riley counties. The National Weather Service carried a spotter report of hen egg size hail in the Wakefield area and Riley County Emergency Management reported four and a half inch diameter hail in the Randolph area.