(Photos by Joe McCormick and Randy M. Cauthron)
A roof sustained damage near Dickens, windows were blown out, a tree fell in south Spencer and branches were down throughout the area.
In Clay County, two tornados were reported three miles south of Everly, though the National Weather Service now believes there was only one tornado.
Schumacher said the tornado has not been classified, but that winds were likely less than 100 mph.
"If it was higher, you'd expect the poles to snap and, fortunately, that did not happen," Schumacher said.
"Most of the damage was all from straight-line winds, except for the power lines," Schumacher said.
Severe thunderstorms, with hail and high winds, were also in the forecast for Wednesday evening.
Tigges warns against downplaying the dangers of such storms.
"People get very concerned about tornados, but sometimes those brief spin-ups, not that they aren't dangerous, but they're not as powerful," Tigges said. "If you have squall line, that will put more pressure on things. People don't always take that into account."