Severe weather Marysville
Riley County – In the wake of severe storms Saturday night, Manhattan, Marysville and surrounding areas have damaged homes and buildings, closed roads and lost electricity.
Shortly after 6 p.m. Saturday, a hurricane hit Marysville, making its way into the city, leaving residents only minutes to prepare.
Some areas in Riley County were still without power Sunday morning, according to the Riley County Police Department.
Evergy reported more than 25,000 outages in their service area overnight, many of which came from Manhattan and Riley County.
Crews were working all night to clear the debris and repair their equipment.
As of 10 a.m., Evergy has regained about 80% of its customer strength. People can report an outage by clicking here.
Many areas, such as River Pond Campground in Tuttle Creek State Park, will be closed at least through Monday due to damage.
Anderson Avenue between North 52nd and Kitten Creek Road closed from about 9:30 PM until about 9:30 AM Tuttle Creek Boulevard reopened around 10:30 AM.
The RCPD said five buildings on McCain Road were found guilty of damage caused by the storm.
Appraisers are at the scene now to determine the additional damage.
There was also notable damage to the public works workshop on Highway 24.
The RCPD has seen many downed trees and fallen power lines.