A booming severe thunderstorm rolled through Mid-Missouri on Monday afternoon, taking out trees and dropping hail in some areas.
Most of the impacted areas were north and east of Ashland, however, high winds and some rain fell late Monday afternoon.
While hail was falling in Moberly, high winds felled trees in Columbia and Fulton as well as tearing branches off other trees.
The storm called off a number of playoff soccer and baseball games in the area, including Southern Boone’s soccer game in Fulton.
According to ABC-17 meteorologist Sharon Ray, strong winds of 50-70 mph caused damage across the Mid-Missouri area. Damage reports included power lines down in Boonville, trees down in Fayette, a building collapsed in Hatton and tres down in Auxvasse, Bellflower, Kingdom City and Williamsburg.
There is a chance for rain storms, but no more severe weather, today and on Thursday.
The storm was one of the first of the season and emergency officials said Monday it was a good time to make sure your home has a good severe weather plan.