COLUMBUS, Neb. — With the state’s recent batch of thunderstorms, trees were uprooted and snapped with over 90 mph winds.

The Loup Power Powerhouse in northeast Columbus reported winds higher than 90 mph.

High winds caused trees to be uprooted or snap from the base of the trunk.

Pivots and sheds were also reported to have sustained damage from high winds causing debris.

On Wednesday, National Weather Service Omaha (NWS) observed three areas throughout the state: Columbus, north of Norfolk, and Butler and Saunders County to assess the damages.

NWS expects the survey will be completed on Thursday.

Another thunderstorm is set to hit Nebraska on Thursday evening.

NWS said eastern and parts of central Nebraska could see over one inch of hail, gusts up to 60 mph, and flash flooding.