HADLEY (KMHL) – For the second week in a row, weather officials are examining tornado damage in parts of southwest Minnesota over the weekend.

Tornado warnings were issued for several southwest Minnesota communities Saturday evening, including the Hadley, Windom, Heron Lake and Lakefield.

According to storm reports from the National Weather Service, a tornado touched down in Hadley around 10:57 p.m. Saturday night. Tornado warnings were also issued for Windom, Heron Lake and Lakefield on Saturday night.

The Murray County Sheriff’s Office says the storm cut from southwest to northeast across the community. Sheriff’s officials say two garages and a storage building were damaged in town, and several trees and branches were knocked down.

Here is what the storm looked like on radar as it moved across the region.

Authorities say there was a machine shed damaged southwest of the town as well. The National Weather Service has not reached a decision on how strong the tornado was. Officials hope to make that determination today.

It was the second straight Saturday night with a tornado warning in Windom. Most of the damage, this week, in Windom was limited to trees and branches.

The severe weather wasn’t just limited to those areas. Strong and severe thunderstorms moved across the area on Saturday night, bringing with it hail and heavy rain.