NORTHEAST, SOUTH DAKOTA - Powerful thunderstorms quickly moved across northeast, South Dakota bring winds from 55mph to over 70mph on Thursday morning.
Many trees along the storm's path were no match with large branches snapping and many trees blown down. In Doland, the elevator in town was damage in the storm (picture above).
West of Doland along US Highway 212, about eight power poles were snapped off causing power issues in the area. As the storm continued east, multiple trees and power lines were blown down in Clark from an estimated 60mph winds. The city itself saw power outages.
Continued eastward, a MESONET Station along US Highway 212 near State Highway 25 recorded a thunderstorm wind gust of 66mph.