June 15, 1998 |
The spring weekend brought tornadoes to Oklahoma and Kansas and record rainfall to much of New England. Through it all, no serious injuries were reported. A tornado ripped through Oklahoma City on Saturday night, tossing cars, trucks and boats through the air and cutting power lines. Three tornadoes struck north-central and northeast Kansas too, uprooting trees and downing power lines, and one did extensive damage to the Sabetha business district, officials said Sunday.