Severe storms developed across southeast Nebraska Saturday afternoon. One of these storms spun up a tornado around 5pm central time Saturday afternoon near Syracuse in southeastern Nebraska. The National Weather Service said no injuries or property damage occurred from the tornado.
The storm continued to track off to the east/southeast into northwest Missouri. Before the sun set Saturday evening, the storm did eventually go on to produce another tornado in northwest Missouri.
Storms further north into Iowa were hail producers. Hail the size of quarters to even tennis balls fell across the state of Iowa. Heavy rain was also associated with many of these storms Saturday evening. Storms were producing anywhere from 1 to 4 inches in a matter of only a couple of hours.