HASTINGS, NE — As Nebraskans and Kansans clean up after the latest round of severe weather, the National Weather Service (NWS) confirmed tornadoes touched down in the two states Tuesday night.

Wednesday evening, weather officials reported results of damage surveys done in the area, confirming three tornadoes in the region. 

One of the tornadoes hit Nuckolls and Thayer counties in southeast Nebraska.

According to the National Weather Service office in Hastings, the tornado was rated as an EF-0 with peak wind gusts of 85 miles-per-hour and was on the ground for about 10 miles. It was fairly narrow as the path's max width was 25 yards. 

The twister touched down at 9:42 p.m. just northwest of Ruskin in Nuckolls County. Ruskin is about 15 miles west of Hebron.

It moved to the southeast moving into rural Thayer County before lifting at 9:51 p.m.

Photos posted by NWS Hastings on social media show damage to trees, buildings and irrigation pivots in the area. 

The National Weather Service office in Topeka, Kan. confirmed a pair of tornadoes — one in Republic County and the other in Marshall County. 

The tornado in Republic County touched down at 10:15 p.m. near Narka and was given a rating of an EF-1 with peak wind gusts of 90 miles-per-hour. NWS officials say it was on the ground for about 3.4 miles and had a max width of 75 yards. 

This twister was on the ground for about 10 minutes before ending just west of the Republic/Washington County line.

The Marshall County tornado was also rated an EF-1. The NWS office in Topeka said peak wind gusts reached 93 miles-per-hour. 

After touching down at 11:02 p.m. in western Marshall County, this tornado lasted just three minutes, lifting at 11:05 p.m. after being on the ground for 2.8 miles. 

Both the Kansas tornadoes left damaged buildings and trees in their wake. No injuries were reported as result of any of the twisters.