SLIDESHOW: Storm damage Monday, more storms coming - KWWL - Eastern Iowa Breaking News, Weather, Closings

SLIDESHOW: Storm damage Monday, more storms coming

Posted: Updated:
A roof was torn off of a home north of Manchester on Monday night, in this viewer-submitted photo. A roof was torn off of a home north of Manchester on Monday night, in this viewer-submitted photo.
Damage to a truck and camper in Waterloo Monday night. Damage to a truck and camper in Waterloo Monday night.
A line of severe storms rumbling through eastern Iowa took down trees, knocked out power lines and caused damage Monday night throughout the state -- and may do so again tonight.

More storms will develop late Tuesday afternoon into the evening, according to StormTrack 7 meteorologist Eileen Loan.

Tuesday will be hot, humid and unstable, so severe weather is possible over the entire KWWL viewing area Tuesday and Wednesday, according to Loan.

Click here for current Watches and Warnings: http://www.kwwl.com/category/128861/weatheralerts

Tornadoes ripped through eastern Nebraska Monday afternoon, causing massive damage to multiple towns and killing at least one.

In eastern Iowa, storm damage was reported in Westgate, Clarksville, Hampton, Waverly, Cedar Rapids, Edgewood, Manchester and Waterloo as of Monday night at 11 p.m. More damage was reported from Moscow and Osage as well by Tuesday.

The town of Westgate appeared to be hit hard by winds, with reports of numerous trees and power lines blown down, damage to a church roof and damage to a barn west of town on Hwy. 3, where cattle were reportedly trapped inside.

At least one house north of Manchester had the roof torn off of it Monday night, with a KWWL viewer submitting several photos.

Platteville, Wisconsin, sustained so much damage that five were reported injured and the University of Wisconsin-Platteville closed the campus to deal with the damage.

Submit your storm damage reports and photos using share@kwwl.com, using #kwwlwx on Twitter or Instagram, or uploading photos and video directly using your StormTrack 7 app.
  • NEWSNEWSMore>>

  • UPDATE: Missing Waterloo man located

    UPDATE: Missing Waterloo man located

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 10:29 AM EDT2014-07-29 14:29:43 GMT
    Richard Taylor, 79, of Waterloo went missing Saturday morning.Richard Taylor, 79, of Waterloo went missing Saturday morning.
    Family and friends are worried they haven't seen or heard from a 79-year-old Waterloo man who uses a pacemaker since this weekend.More >>
    Family and friends are worried they haven't seen or heard from a 79-year-old Waterloo man who uses a pacemaker since this weekend.More >>
  • Tax-free holiday this weekend in Iowa

    Tax-free holiday this weekend in Iowa

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 9:40 AM EDT2014-07-29 13:40:17 GMT
    Mark your calendars for this coming weekend ?and head out to stock your closets with back to school clothes. Iowa retailers anticipate another big turnout for this year's sales tax holiday, Friday, Aug. 1, and Saturday, Aug. 2.During the two-day period, retailers waive sales tax on most clothing and shoes priced below $100. This applies at big-box retailers as well as local stores.State lawmakers approved the annual tax holiday in 1999 to give families a break as they buy back-to-school cloth...More >>
    Mark your calendars for this coming weekend ?and head out to stock your closets with back to school clothes. Iowa retailers anticipate another big turnout for this year's sales tax holiday, Friday, Aug. 1, and Saturday, Aug. 2.During the two-day period, retailers waive sales tax on most clothing and shoes priced below $100. This applies at big-box retailers as well as local stores.State lawmakers approved the annual tax holiday in 1999 to give families a break as they buy back-to-school cloth...More >>
  • Caught on radar: Beer-loving bugs swarm in Midwest

    Caught on radar: Beer-loving bugs swarm in Midwest

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 9:10 AM EDT2014-07-29 13:10:16 GMT
    Mayflies have begun hatching in the Mississippi River, emerging from the water in swarms that show up on radar like thunderstorms, coat roads and other surfaces and leave behind a slimy mess.More >>
    Mayflies have begun emerging from the Mississippi River in swarms that show up on radar like thunderstorms, coat roads and leave behind slimy messes. They've already been blamed for at least one car crash this week in...More >>
Powered by WorldNow
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 WorldNow and KWWL. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service and Mobile Privacy Policy & Terms of Service.

Persons with disabilities who need assistance with issues relating to the content of this station's public inspection file should contact Administrative Assistant Sandy Youngblut at 319-291-1259. Questions or concerns relating to the accessibility of the FCC's online public file system should be directed to the FCC at 888-225-5322, at 888-835-5322 (TTY) or at fccinfo@fcc.gov.