The storms that rumbled across Iowa last night produced at least one tornado.
The twister was spotted around 8 p.m. a couple miles southwest of Carroll in west-central Iowa.
No one was injured, but the brief tornado downed trees and power poles,
overturned a camper in the town of Halbur, and damaged a few outbuildings – according to reports to the National Weather Service.
Quarter-size hail and wind gusts of 60 miles an hour were reported across much of the state.