We definitely get our fair share of severe weather here in KELOLAND.
Last Thursday storms hit the northwest corner of the state producing a number of tornadoes in Harding County.
There were a total of five tornadoes.
One tornado hit about 10 miles southwest of Camp Crook. It reportedly touched down at 8:20 p.m. and lasted about 10 minutes.
Another one developed east of the first tornado almost right after the first one disappeared. It also lasted about 10 minutes.
The fifth tornado of the evening touched down west of Buffalo, just south of Highway 20. It touched down a little after 9 p.m. and lasted around 15 minutes.