Numerous tornadoes were reported across Kansas on Friday as severe weather once again erupted in the Sunflower State.
The Storm Prediction Center logged 23 reports as of 9 p.m., though at least some of those will be multiple views of the same tornado.
The first tornado was reported in northern Barber County, northwest of Medicine Lodge, at about 3:50 p.m., according to the National Weather Service. The large cone tornado was heading northeast.
Another tornado was reported four miles northeast of Sawyer in southern Pratt County about 15 minutes later, with tornadoes also spotted seven miles north of Nashville in Kingman County and east of Coats in Pratt County.
Yet another tornado was reported southeast of Pretty Prairie. No damage has been reported.
After a lull in mid-evening, storms strengthened again and tornadoes were reported in the Flint Hills — near Cottonwood Falls in Chase County, west of Dunlap in Morris County and close to Bushong in Lyon County.