NWS confirms second EF-1 tornado Monday night, this one near Howard Lake, Minn.

The National Weather Service confirmed an EF-1 tornado caused this damage near Howard Lake, Minn. Monday night. (National Weather Service-Twin Cities)

An EF-1 tornado touched down near Howard Lake, Minn. Monday, according to the National Weather Service.

A survey team from the NWS found that a tornado touched down southwest of Howard Lake and traveled a little over a mile.

It was 90 yards wide and its peak wind speed was determined to be 90 miles per hour.

NWS tornado track map

This map, from the National Weather Service, shows the path of a tornado confirmed to have touched down in Howard Lake, Minn. Monday night.

The determination of this tornado comes one day after the NWS confirmed another EF-1 tornado in the Minnetrista area Monday night.

The Minnetrista tornado traveled 3.5 miles, spanned 200 yards and spent five whole minutes on the ground.