Damage Reported From North Dakota Tornado
A tornado that moved through northern North Dakota on Thursday caused damage to several buildings but didn’t result in any injuries.
The tornado touched down around 5:30pm CDT near Bisbee, North Dakota caused damage to multiple farm buildings, according to the National Weather Service, but no injuries were reported. The tornado continued to intermittently drop up and down over the course of 30 minutes before lifting around 6pm CDT.
Another brief tornado was reported further south close to Devils Lake, North Dakota, but no damage was reported from that twister.
Baseball-sized hail and nearly five inches of rain were also reported with the storms as they moved through the area. Localized street flooding was also observed in several areas across north-central North Dakota.
Fortunately, the forecast is significantly improved for the area over the More severe storms are possible across parts of Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan for Thursday, although the tornado threat appears to be significantly reduced from Wednesday’s threat. Stay with WeatherNation for all the latest.
For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Chris Bianchi