At least nine tornadoes struck parts of Nebraska during last weekend's storms with the most severe damage being reported in the southeast corner of the state.
The National Weather Service said Monday that it had confirmed nine tornadoes hit Nebraska on Saturday as part of the outbreak across the Great Plains. The total could grow as additional tornado reports are examined.
National Weather Service officials say they've gotten reports of reports of at least 12 possible tornadoes, along with baseball-sized hail, strong winds and torrential rain, in central and eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa. Crews are surveying damage to confirm those reports.
Weather officials have received no reports of injuries and few instances of major damage from Saturday's storms that blew across Nebraska.
Van DeWald, in the weather service's Valley office, says the worst of the damage was reported in a line that started near Nebraska City, where several homes were damaged, and extended into Iowa, ending near Thurman. About 75 percent of that community has been destroyed.
Unconfirmed tornadoes were also reported in Nebraska near Cook and North Platte. Those areas sustained damage to farm outbuildings and trees.
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