REGIONAL — Saturday night storm conditions produced two tornadoes rated EF-1 on the Fujita scale, including one in Hadley and one in Rock Rapids, Iowa.

The Hadley touchdown last five minutes and traveled a little under four miles in a northeasterly direction. The National Weather Service recorded winds at a top speed of 105 miles per hour.

"There was pretty extensive tree damage," Murray County Interim Emergency Services Director Heath Landsman said. He added that there was some damage to local machine sheds, and a few houses temporarily lost power.

The tornado in Rock Rapids had winds just as fast at its peak, but traveled almost seven miles in nine minutes.

Neither tornado resulted in injury.

Corn damage suggests another possible tornado formed near Reading, but as of 4 p.m. Tuesday, the National Weather Service had not confirmed a touchdown in that area.