Meteorologist Jen Hacker of the National Weather Service in Sioux Falls says some parts of South Dakota received severe weather Tuesday evening.

"We had several slow moving storms in the region and they produced several tornadoes which is uncommon at night.  The tornadoes did damage some property around the area.  We had one tornado south of Humboldt in western Minnehaha Country that did damage to a home out there.  We also had some residences damaged in far northeast Nebraska."

Jen says the good news is this:  "We had no report of any injuries from any of the tornadoes last night."

Unfortunately, Jen says it's possible we could get around round of severe weather on Wednesday.

"Looks like maybe a late afternoon and overnight event again.  Beginning in central South Dakota and then tracking across the area.  The primary focus is along and north of Interstate 90 during the evening and overnight hours."

The National Weather Service is forecasting possible storms Wednesday evening.  Some storms could be severe, with large hail, damaging winds, and heavy rain.