Update: Storm damage in Southeast Nebraska

Damage from Thursday night's storm reported in Southeast Nebraska.

Officials are assessing damage from a storm system that whipped across southeast Nebraska, bringing hail, high winds, heavy rain and possibly a tornado. Scott Dergan of the National Weather Service in Valley said Friday that at least one farmhouse was destroyed and outbuildings damaged three-four miles northwest of Diller Thursday night. No injuries were reported. He says an assessment team will be sent to determine whether a tornado had touched down.

Elsewhere, 2-inch-diameter hail was reported in Jefferson County, southwest of Endicott. Dergan reported rain totals between 1 1/2 and 2 3/4 inches across southeast Nebraska. Gage County officials say several power lines were knocked down, blocking roads and cutting electricity to some homes.

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