Several tornadoes were spotted as a storm system swept through parts of southern Minnesota on Wednesday night.
Late Wednesday night, a 10:30 p.m. tornado warning for Apple Valley, Rosemount and Farmington was canceled before it expired. It was the second round of storm warnings on the night for the area. The tornadoes reported earlier in the night caused minor damage. No injuries were reported.
A tornado was spotted near Lakeville about 9 p.m. moving north at 30 mph, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). West of that, another tornado was seen near Henderson, 28 miles north of Mankato, moving at 15 mph. South of the metro, two tornadoes were also reported near Warsaw, Minn., close to Faribault.
Earlier in the evening, several communities in the southern metro were under a tornado warning, including Burnsville, Lakeville, Apple Valley and Prior Lake. The severe weather and tornado warnings for those storms expired by 9:30 p.m.
The NWS predicted thunderstorms with marginal risk of them being severe on Thursday and Friday. A few storms may contain large hail and damaging winds.