FARGO, ND (KFGO NEWS) -- Severe thunderstorms rolled across parts of central and northern North Dakota Sunday.
There were numerous reports of heavy rain, large hail, high winds, at least one funnel cloud and a possible tornado
The storms "fired up" in the afternoon and last night.
The National Weather Service says cooperative oberservers reported lots of crop and property damage from tennis ball size hail in Dunn County.
Baseball size hail--2.75" diameter--reported at Hebron, in Morton County.
Nickel size hail was reported in and around Bismarck-Mandan.
A pilot reported a small tornado on the ground northwest of Granville in McHenry County.
Funnel clouds were spotted near Deering in McHenry County and at Halliday in Dunn County.
As the storms moved into northeast North Dakota, there were reports of hail ranging from quarter to pingpong ball size near Lakota, Hatton and Niagara.
Some wind damage was reported in Larimore and nearly 2 inches of rain was reported around Adams in Walsh County.