A long-lived line of storms developed across Kansas early Sunday morning and trucked east into Missouri where it lead to numerous warnings and reports of wind damage.
At 12:51pm, the National Weather Service issued a \'TORNADO WARNING\' for a cell that had strong rotation on radar near Odessa along I-70. Damage was then reported in town, including an overturned semi at the Odessa exit and minor building/tree damage in town. A mobile home park on the east side of town had numerous homes damaged by the storm. Several trees were downed in town and there was also damage to a gas station. Initial reports as straight line winds, but radar indicated rotation over town at the time the damage was reported.
No injuries were reported.
Scene 1-2: Shots of overturned semi-truck with the Odessa exit sign next to it.
Scene 3-5: Various angles of overturned semi.
Scene 6: Panned shot of damaged gas station roof with metal peeled off.
Scene 7: Panned shot of debris on the ground up to the damage gas station roof cover.
Scene 8-10: Various shots of damaged gas station.
Scene 11-12: Shots of damaged roof on a mobile home in town.
Scene 13-14: Two angles of metal roofing bent around a sign post.
Scene 15: Panning shot from metal piece to a downed telephone/light pole.
Scene 16: Shot of downed power pole with line nearly fallen on a car.
Scene 17: Panning shot up downed pole.
Scene 18: Static shot of down pole.
Scene 19: Panned shot from broken wind on the ground to the damaged mobile home it came off.
Scene 20: Wide shot of mobile home with down tree in front yard.
Scene 21-22: Man dragging a tarp followed by shot of man stapling tarp to mobile home side damaged in the storm.
Scene 23: Shot of down tree in parking lot of bank.
Scene 24: Shot of bank sign with down tree.
Scene 25-30: Various shots of driving winds and rain on the interstate behind the damaging part of the storm.