LOGAN/GOVE COUNTY, Kan. -

A severe storm damaged parts of western Kansas overnight, bringing a tornado, strong winds and heavy rains.

The small tornado touched down about 12 miles south of Gove around 5 a.m. Sunday, damaging three buildings on a farm. An emergency management official said the home was not hit.

Serious flooding is also being reported after some areas received up to 5 inches of rain. The National Weather Service said about a quarter of the town of Winona was dealing with flooded streets.

Railroad tracks were also washed away in Logan County, north of the Highway 40 and Highway 25 intersection.

KHP troopers closed Highway 83 between U.S. 40 and KS-4, north of Scott City, because of water-covered roads.

Crews are expected to survey damage Monday after the waters recede.