SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — Severe storms moved through KELOLAND late Monday night and into the early morning hours.
Tuesday morning’s storms brought reports of large hail and strong winds.
According to the South Dakota Rural Electric Association outage map, Haakon, Lyman and Jackson Counties have hundreds of people without power this morning.
SDREA says there are currently 1,750 customers without power.
We’re starting to see the damage from storms overnight across central and northern KELOLAND.
Jill Warnke sent us this picture of a tree that was pulled up by its roots in Frederick, South Dakota, which is about 30 miles north of Aberdeen.
Leland Treichel and Savannah Wolff shared several pictures of storm damage in Roscoe. The National Weather Service had this initial report on Roscoe.
If you have a picture of the storms, hail or damage from overnight, send them to uShare@KELOLAND.com or share them with us on Facebook and Twitter.
Here’s a look at the storms that have been reported across KELOLAND. A line of thunderstorms that started in southwest South Dakota Monday evening eventually made its way across the state through the night.
KELOLAND News meteorologist Brian Karstens estimates that wind speeds reached at least 70-80 mph with these storms.