Parts of mid-Missouri experience storm damage

Mid-Missouri residents experienced storm damage. (Louise Oneal)

Some mid-Missouri residents were still experiencing isolated power outages Friday morning in the wake of early morning severe storms.

According to KRCG 13's Caileigh Peterson, trees were knocked down along Highway 89 North just outside of Chamois before dawn Friday.

A steel structure that was in the process of being built for Quaker Windows was blown over during the storm, but officials said that it would not affect their day-to-day operations.

Of the numerous wind damage reports, some of the worst hit locations included portions of Cole, Callaway, Gasconade, and Montgomery Counties. Just before 4:15 a.m. thunderstorm winds blew over a semi truck along Interstate 70 in Montgomery County near Mineola.

One Tornado Warning was issued around 4:20 a.m. for northeastern Callaway County and a large portion of Montgomery County. The storm showed signs of rotation as Meteorologist Will Haenni tracked the storms on air, but no tornadoes were confirmed on the ground as the storm moved through.

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