Not one, but three.
The National Weather Service now says it has confirmed three separate tornadoes formed in south-central Nebraska this past weekend.
NWS conducted damage assessments Monday.
Meteorologist Mike Moritz with the NWS Hastings office says two storm cells spawned the three tornadoes Sunday near the Nebraska-Kansas border. The first of the cells produced a twister near Upland. The second produced two tornadoes, one near Red Cloud, the other near Lawrence.
The NWS rates the Upland tornado an EF0 with speeds reaching 70 mph. The tornado near Red Cloud was also rated an EF0 with peak winds of 75 mph.
The strongest of the three, an EF1 east of Red Cloud, traveled for nearly two-and-a-half miles, destroying some farm buildings and turning over irrigation pivots. Its winds peaked at 95 mph.