A fast-moving, tornado-spawning storm caused minor damage in southeast Nebraska on Sunday.
Cass County emergency manager Bill Cover says spotters reported tornadoes near Greenwood, Elmwood and Eagle.
There were no reports of injuries or damage to occupied structures.
Cover says several pickup trucks and tractors in storage in a farm field near Eagle were found overturned. An unoccupied mobile home nearby was destroyed.
There were downed trees and power lines in northeastern Lancaster County.
In Butler County, in east-central Nebraska, there was hail damage to crops. An 80-mile an hour straight-line wind also is believed to have blown the roof off a shed near Brainard.