Stormy weather hit Nebraska on Sunday with straight-line winds clocked at 80 miles per hour in the eastern part of the state.
The Panhandle suffered through rain, hail, and wind. A weather spotter in Gordon reported that so much hail fell the ground turned white.
The National Weather Service reports the early evening thunderstorm that roared through eastern Nebraska actually did most of its damage across the river in Iowa.
Those strong straight-line winds were reported in Dakota City, Nebraska as well as Sergeant Bluff, Iowa.
Damage from a building flew onto Interstate 29, causing a non-injury accident that did enough damage to close the interstate for two hours.
The Omaha Public Power District reports more than 2,000 customers in Douglas County lost power. Most were restored by midnight.