United States. – At 4:00 pm this Monday, United States Emergency and Meteorological Services activated storm warnings in various parts of Miami and Johnson counties in Kansas City.
After detecting the rotation in the clouds, the emergency statement was released via Twitter, the National Weather Service in Kansas City.
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At 4:54 pm local time, Johnson County Emergency Management released a statement on the same social network announcing that the storm warning had ended. However, he urged the population to remain informed about the weather conditions.
The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office allegedly reported that a tornado caused a landslide near West 199th Street and Swizer Road, west of Stillwell, around 4:30 p.m.
At the time the Sheriff’s Office notified the tornado’s weather service, a new alert was issued for Johnson County in Kansas and parts of Cass and Jackson County in Missouri.
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