While Webster County spent much of Thursday cleaning up after the storms, officials in surrounding counties reported experiencing little to no damage following the Wednesday night weather.
Several counties reported power outages, but no significant damage.
In Hamilton County, Deputy Scott McConnell said he could only see a few minor problems.
"We had some power outages, but nothing major," McConnell said. "I went to a few towns this morning and all I saw were some tree limbs that were blown down."
One problem the storm did cause was crop damage.
In Kossuth County, Emergency Management Coordinator Jim Kelley said officials were still trying to figure out the cost.
Fort Dodge: .08 in.
Webster City: .47 in.
Pocahontas: .32 in.
Emmetsburg: .44 in.
"We're working with the Farm Service Agency this morning," Kelley said Thursday. "We're going to go out and see what the extent of the damage is. It's pretty bad in some areas. There were lots of corn and beans that were damaged."
In city of Algona, Kelley said the damage wasn't as bad as on the farms.
"We had some tree limbs down, and the power lines were down for a brief period of time," he said. "But other than that we haven't seen anything major."
Despite the storms, Jeff Johnson, of the National Weather Service, said there wasn't much rain reported.
"The most rain in central Iowa was in Boone, which got .67 of an inch," he said. "That's pretty representative of the area. It was mostly lots and lots of minor precipitation."