MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado touched down just north of Glenville Monday.

On Tuesday, the NWS said that a damage survey crew determined the tornado touched down and gave its preliminary rating of EF0.

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EF0 means light damage with wind speeds of 65 to 86 mph.

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Glenville is in Freeborn County in southern Minnesota. Just to the east in Fillmore County, authorities believe three possible tornado touched down on the western side of the county.

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The sheriff’s office says it has not received any reports of injuries to people or livestock. Some homes were damaged by wind and trees.