Violent thunderstorms produced tornadoes on Sunday across Nebraska, Kansas and Iowa.
The system responsible for the tornadoes also brought at least 2 feet of snow to parts of Colorado.
On the severe side of the system, one reported tornado touched down at Sutton, Nebraska, with no significant injuries reported.
A grain bin was blown down and a feed mill was severely damaged during the storm's widespread damage between Saronville and Sutton, the National Weather Service at Hastings, Nebraska, said. Utility poles were downed in a three-mile area.
Tornadoes also touched down near McPherson, Kansas; Nickerson, Kansas; Sheldon, Iowa; Rensselaer, Indiana; and Friend, Nebraska.
We will be sending out a couple of damage survey teams on Monday across the area, details likely not available until late in the day.— NWS Omaha (@NWSOmaha) May 12, 2014