Our reporters and photographers covered the storms rolling through the tristate all night last night. Rain moved in from the first storm causing flash flooding along some roads including Highway 60 in Owensboro along the downtown riverside. There were also reports of pea sized hail throughout parts of the county. The storms then moved east of Owensboro where they destroyed a house on Highway 144. No one was injured in this mess in Knottsville, but trees and power lines were knocked down. The front window of a house was knocked out. The family told firefighters they didnt even hear anything before the winds came. Emergency management officials think it was probably straight line winds. EMA Director Richard Payne says, " weve got a lot of tree limbs down from what I understand its worse behind the house its unfortunate this house had to be in its path." Daviess County officials opened a Red Cross shelter for this family and others who suffered damage. They can go to the First Baptist Church Christian Life Center on 2nd Street. All classes at Brescia University have been canceled Friday. The staff should still report to work. Elsewhere in Daviess County, a family in a mobile home were severely injured when their home at 920 Dent Road exploded in the St.Joseph area . All five of them are alive, but pretty banged up. Daviess County wasnt the only place with severe damage. A house in Webster County near Sebree on 494 west just off 41 was demolished in what officials think could have been an "F" two or "F" three tornado. Officials say it left about a four mile path of damage. Four people were hurt at a house. One person was trapped in a homes rubble. Four people were taken to Regional Medical Center in Madisonville. Webster County Deputy Steve Madden says, "coming right outside Dixon we have crews looking at structural damage, any reports of of that." There are no serious injuries reported in the Webster County area. Nortonville was also hit last night. A convenience store in the small Kentucky town, south of Madisonville, lost its roof. High winds peeled the top off of the Ideal Market at Highway 62 and US 41. The clerks reportedly hid in the cooler for shelter. Two convenience stores across the street were untouched. There were no reports of injuries. The storms knocked out power to thousands of people also. Kenergy is reporting roughly 3-thousand people are in the dark. People in Daviess, Hancock, Lyon, Webster, McClean, Henderson, Caldwell and Hopkins Counties have all been affected by the power outages.