The Tri -State area is cleaning up after a series of tornadoes swept through the region Friday evening.
Extensive property damage was reported in northwest Iowa.
A mile-wide tornado was spotted shortly before 7 p.m at Moville.
Homes and property were reportedly damaged there as well as in the towns of Pierson and Bronson, and rural Salix and power poles were down in Quimby.
Hornick, Salix and Whiting were among the towns reporting power outages.
Woodbury County authorities were searching house to house in rural parts of the county checking for injuries in areas struck by the storms.
Another tornado struck near Cherokee. That funnel was reported to be a mile wide, and cut a three mile path through rural areas.
Yet another tornado damaged homes at the Wynstone development in Union County, South Dakota.
The southbound lanes of Interstate 29 between Jefferson and the McCook Lake exit were closed because of overturned semis.
Property damage was also reported in Jefferson.
Warning sirens sounded in Sioux City, but the storm cells missed the metro area with one going northwest and the other southeast of the city.
The East High homecoming football game kickoff was delayed for over an hour because of the storms.