For the second night in a row, severe weather hit portions of northwest Kansas with hail and high winds.

The storm system also brought tornadoes to Scott County, where a twister was blamed for snapped power poles 8 miles north of Scott City. That included a report of a wedge tornado on the ground 4 miles east of Scott State Lake.

As the storms marched slowly northeast, Gove County came under fire with hail and high winds.

Reports of 1-inch hail were reported 6 miles south of Gove, along with 50 mph winds, according to the Storm Prediction Center.

Reports of 1.75-inch hail were reported southeast of Grainfield and west of Gove.

Winds reaching 75 mph in Quinter uprooted trees and broke off 4- to 6-inch branches. Winds also were responsible for damaging buildings throughout the town.

More than 5 inches of rain fell near Quinter, and nearly 3.5 inches fell near Grainfield, according to the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network — better known as CoCoRaHS.

In northeast Logan County, more than 4 inches of rain was reported, and Phillips County had a report of nearly 5 inches of rain.

All that came on the heels of a night of severe storms Sunday, which brought tornadoes in Graham and Rooks counties. There also were reports of 3-inch hail in Sheridan County.

More storms are in the forecast for areas of northwest Kansas tonight, with an 80-percent chance of precipitation in the Hays area, including thunderstorms. The chance of rain continues until Friday evening.