Aggieville went dark Thursday night as passing storms disrupted power to parts of Manhattan. Westar reported more than 4,100 people without power at about 8 p.m.
The National Weather Service issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Riley County that was set to end at 9:30 p.m.
Stories of the flooding also hit social media Thursday night.
Current situation in the basement of Seaton right now pic.twitter.com/EAX3MY7cgN
— Cassidy Harper (@CassidyHarper) September 11, 2015
We regret to inform you all that the show tonight at @AggieCentralMHK has been officially called off due to power outages in @Aggieville.
— KSDB FM 91.9 (@KSDBFM) September 11, 2015
Bad flooding near campus and street lights out near #aggieville and poyntz! #kstate don't drive if you don't have too!
— Bethany Swinney (@BethanySwinney) September 11, 2015
Everyone leaving the @kstate_union from @kstateSGA Senate tonight based on past MHK drainage history pic.twitter.com/kc6llZuAvk
— Nathan Laudan (@NathanLaudan) September 11, 2015