Twister in Iowa Had Winds of 150 MPH, Weather Service Reports

The National Weather Service says the tornado that damaged or destroyed several buildings in rural Warren County was rated at EF3, with peak winds of 150 mph.

It touched down near Lacona a little before 6 a.m. Tuesday and ran for nearly 6 miles. It damaged the Iowa Operator and Engineers training facility.

No deaths of injuries have been reported.

The Des Moines Register reported that another tornado spotted Tuesday touched down a little before 6:25 a.m. near Tracy. It was rated an EF1, with peak winds of 110 mph. It damaged several roofs and trees but didn’t injure anyone.