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Hail the size of golf balls and tennis balls broke car and building windows and stripped siding off of homes Sunday in Antelope County in northeast Nebraska, officials there said.
Elgin and Oakdale were among the communities reporting the damage.
No injuries had been reported.
A large tree fell and blocked a road four miles southeast of Elgin, a National Weather Service observer reported.
Storms developed in Nebraska late Sunday afternoon. Some of the storms were isolated, but some of the heaviest rain fell along a line of storms that stretched from west-central Kansas to northwest Iowa, said meteorologist David Eastlack of the weather service office in Valley.
Flash flood warnings were issued for all or parts of Boone, Platte, Madison, Wayne, Pierce, Stanton and Cedar Counties and were to remain in effect until 12:30 a.m. Monday.
Cornfields in Wayne County were flooded, the water overflowing onto roads and making them impassable, Eastlack said.
Some streets were flooded in Pilger and Stanton in Stanton County.
Water rose 2 to 3 feet high on some streets in north Columbus, Neb., stalling a few cars, a weather service spotter said.
The storms were expected to slide east. But their intensity should diminish, Eastlack said, bringing moderate rainfall to the metropolitan area.
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