Officials Confirm 2 Tornadoes From Tuesday’s Indiana Storms

Floodwaters from the Flatrock River have reached the back yards of homes in the Lagoons neighborhood in Columbus, Ind., Wednesday, April 4, 2018. Several central and southern Indiana schools were closed Wednesday or on two-hour delays due to local street flooding.(Mike Wolanin/The Republic via AP)

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The National Weather Service says Tuesday’s storms that dumped heavy rains and golf ball-sized hail also spawned two weak tornadoes in central Indiana.

The weather service confirmed Thursday that an EF-0 tornado hit near Buck Creek in Tippecanoe County and an EF-0 tornado was detected near Covington in Fountain County.

No injuries were reported. Damage to a barn as well as downed trees and power lines were reported in Tippecanoe County. Tree branches were knocked down in Fountain County.

Tuesday’s storms dropped 2 to 3 inches (5 to 7.5 centimeters) of rain on a swath of the state’s mid-section, spawning flooding that washed away part of an eastern Indiana road. Southwestern Indiana’s Knox County was pummeled by golf-ball sized hail and Indianapolis got record rainfall.


 

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