Wednesday's fast moving storm has left residents in rural Sherman and Valley Counties cleaning up and assessing damage.
Downed tree limbs and severely damaged crops; that's just some of the aftermath of Wednesday night's storm that rolled through central Nebraska.
Locals were surprised when a super–cell, as reported by the Hastings National Weather Service, rolled into their area with little notice.
"It came up on us pretty suddenly. I was out mowing my yard and all of a sudden the temperature started dropping and I knew something was coming," said North Loup native Jim Goodrich. "And so I finished up and got in the house just in time."
This storm is leaving farmers in Valley County with sheared crops, and a bleak outlook for the season.
"It's heart breaking, it really is. A lot of people have lost a lot of their livelihoods as well as homes being damaged and roofs and windows and siding and a lot of people have been affected in this area," Goodrich said.
Goodrich adds that though this will be a setback for many, the communities will bounce back.