UPDATE: Saturday storms cause damage in Cuba, Missouri
CUBA - The National Weather Service released a report that confirmed a tornado touched down Northwest of Cuba on Saturday, June 27.
According to the report, the tornado touched down West of Indian Lake and did minor damage to a roof. The tornado moved East and snapped or uprooted trees. One house lost the majority of its roof and a boat dock was overturned.
According to the release the tornado moved East across the lake and lifted before it hit Seminole road.
The Cuba, Mo. Emergency Management Agency reported storm damage near the Indian Hill Lake subdivision area Saturday night.
In a Facebook post, the agency said no tornado was observed, but there was "significant tree damage."
The St. Louis office of the National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning at 5:02 p.m. for the area that same day. The NWS has not said if Saturday's storm spawned a tornado.
Sunday morning, the Cuba Emergency Management Agency posted on Facebook saying, "My agency and the National Weather Service St. Louis can not verify a tornado touchdown."
[This is a developing story and KOMU 8 will continue to update it as more information becomes available.]