The National Weather Service says four tornadoes touched down in central Arkansas on Monday. The storms did millions of dollars worth of damage. The agency released a report Tuesday with details on the four tornadoes, after weather service forecasters carried out field investigations on each of the storms. The weather service ranks tornadoes on the Fujita scale, from F-Zero to F-Five, the strongest. The agency`s office at North Little Rock provided these details on the four tornados that hit Arkansas on Monday: --A tornado that struck Sardis, in Saline County, and moved northeast into Pulaski County was on the ground for 24 miles and was rated F-2 on the Fujita Scale, with maximum winds estimated at around 140 miles per hour. --Another one at Haskell was rated F-1, with winds from 73 to 112 miles per hour. --A still weaker one in Lonoke County, rated F-0, was on the ground for 3.3 miles, with highest winds from 60-70 miles per hour. --And one at the Stuttgart Airport in Prairie County, rated F-2, with winds likely around 140 miles per hour. The weather service said officials estimated damage at the airport of about ten million dollars.