STORY: A batch of thunderstorms which came out of the northwest from Kansas produced some wind damage in the Ozarks on Saturday morning.
As the storms crossed over Stockton Lake, estimated 60 mph winds were reported. The storms continued to pick up in intensity as they approached southern Polk and northwestern Greene Counties.
Large trees were reported down in and near the Walnut Grove area in northwestern Greene County. A 24 inch tree was reported down in Bois D’Arc. Power lines were reported down in the Willard area near Farm Road 56 and Highway 13 and also FR 129 and 88.
In Springfield, the strongest winds tracked through the north side of town, especially north of I-44. At least two barns damaged and one was destroyed near Farm Road 66 and 174. Ebeneizer reported a tree down near FR 54 and 127. The Springfield National Weather Service reported a wind gust to 41 mph.
— NWS Springfield (@NWSSpringfield) August 8, 2015
— Ted Keller (@TedKeller) August 8, 2015
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— Kimberly A. Callahan (@kac044) August 8, 2015