A line of powerful thunderstorms produced large hail and strong winds across central and eastern Kansas on Sunday night, damaging a correctional facility and dropping as much as 1 1-2 inches of rain in 30 minutes in Kansas City.

The storms popped up in central Kansas in the late afternoon and moved northeast toward Missouri, producing winds up to 80 mph and golf-ball sized hail in some areas, according to National Weather Service spotters.

One building and six cars at the correctional facility in El Dorado County east of Wichita suffered were damaged by hail nearly three inches in diameter, Butler County emergency personnel reported to the NWS.

The slow-moving storms caused street flooding across eastern Kansas and western Missouri, areas already saturated from big storms that passed through on Thursday. The storms also downed trees and power poles across the area, knocking out power in Eudora and Lincoln, Mo.

A grain bin in Girard, Mo., was destroyed by 70 mph winds and winds estimated at 55 to 65 mph destroyed a barn and a shed in Fillmore, Mo., according to an NWS report.

The storms continued to creep across Missouri late Sunday night and were expected to drop an additional 1 to 3 inches.