Did a tornado touchdown in Indiana?
It was determined a tornado did indeed rake a path of damage in Northwest Indiana following an investigation by the National Weather Service Wednesday afternoon. … The tornado was said to have touched down between 12:11 a.m. and 12:16 a.m. Monday near North Ind. 149 heading east and dissipating before reaching Ind.
Where did the derecho hit in Indiana?
The storms hit central Indiana after 7 p.m., according to the National Weather Service in Indianapolis. Winds blew down trees and power lines. Gusts of 70 mph were reported in Carroll and Fountain counties at about 6:03 p.m.
Did Indiana have any tornadoes?
The National Weather Service has confirmed two tornados touched down in north-central Indiana. … The first tornado was reported around 8:18 p.m. Friday night in far eastern Tippecanoe County at winds of 95 mph.
Did a tornado touchdown in Indiana last night?
The National Weather Service confirmed two tornadoes touched down Friday night – one outside New Pekin, Indiana, and the other crossed through Lexington, Indiana. Both were estimated to be EF-0 strength. Washington County, Indiana. Washington County, Indiana.
How many people have died from derecho?
Packing gusts as high as 91 mph near Fort Wayne, Ind., and 79 mph at Reston, Va., the derecho and related severe weather inflicted $3.3 billion in damage (in 2020 dollars) and led to at least 42 direct and indirect deaths, with power knocked out to more than 4 million customers.
Where is a derecho most likely to happen?
Derechos in the United States most commonly occur along two axes. One extends along the “Corn Belt” from the upper Mississippi Valley southeast into the Ohio Valley, and the other from the southern Plains northeast into the mid Mississippi Valley (figure below).