City Manager Marianne Elfert said the storm claimed eight lives and injured 46, 10 of whom were taken to hospitals.
"We’re pretty confident that number won’t change,” Elfert said, "because we had grid searches with 10-man teams walking the entire path of the tornado.”
Out of the 40 or so people initially listed as missing, emergency officials have been able to contact all but about four or five, and those people are believed to have left the area.
She said 114 homes were destroyed in the storm.
Elfert said Thursday evening that power had been restored to all properties ready to receive it.
Federal Emergency Management Agency officials spent Thursday assessing damage. Elfert said the city and state are working with those agencies to seek federal assistance for uninsured losses.