HASTINGS, Neb. -- Results from a preliminary damage survey say five tornadoes touched ground in different parts of central Nebraska on Saturday.
According to the National Weather Service in Hastings, the tornadoes developed near Minden, Norman, Roseland, Inland and Sutton.
Officials said the first tornado touched ground in Minden around 3:48 p.m. and lasted about four minutes with winds of 90 mph.  Reports indicated that it touched down in the golf course and moved southeast though the northeast part of the town. The tornado did some damage to a metal building and there was extensive tree damage. 
The second tornado touched down near Norman at around 4:03 p.m. and lasted about six minutes. It was categorized as an EF1 with 100 mph winds. Reports indicated that it caused large tree limbs to fall onto a house, snapped four power poles along K road, overturned pivots and carried a small grain bin over 500 yards from its original location.
The third tornado touched near Roseland around 4:36 p.m. It developed near the intersection of Highway 74 and Roseland Ave. and it went through crop fields causing pivots to overturn. The wind gusts of around 80 mph caused significant damages to trees and a couple of power poles. Officials say the tornado wasn’t distinguishable in real time due to heavy rain.
The fourth tornado lasted about six minutes near Inland. Chaser video confirmed that it was multi-vortex tornado. It touched down in a corn field just north of the rest stop along Highway 6. It caused minor tree damage and a pivot was overturned. 
The last one recorded happened around 5:32 p.m. and touched down at Road 315 and Z Road south of Sutton. Officials say it caused severe damage as it was estimated to have winds of 110 mph.  Several large, wooden power poles were snapped, grain bins were carried between 300 and 400 yards into a nearby corn field.