WAUKEE, Iowa (AP) -- The National Weather Service says at least four tornadoes raked parts of Iowa on Tuesday for a second day of severe weather in the state.

The first tornado was reported around 1:20 p.m. Tuesday four miles west of Waukee in central Iowa, where it touched down briefly and damaged a car dealership.

The second occurred minutes later just east of Dallas Center.

Later in the afternoon, tornadoes were reported simultaneously just northwest of Woolstock in northern Iowa and northeast of Adair in west-central Iowa.

Meteorologist Roger Vachalek in Des Moines says all of the tornadoes appeared to be weak and in mostly uninhabited areas that caused little damage and no injuries.

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