NEW MIDDLETOWN, Ind. – The National Weather Service says crews have found that four tornadoes were part of the severe storms that hit Indiana late last week.
The agency says a tornado with wind speeds of 105 mph (169 km / h) and landed in southern Indiana Harrison County, where Indiana State Police say 20 homes were damaged by Friday’s storms.
Two other tornadoes packing wind speeds of up to 70 mph (112 kilometers per hour) hit northern Indiana Marshal and Wabash county. These twisters damaged a house, a barn, and trees.
The agency says similar damage is caused by a tornado with wind speeds of 100 mph (160 km / h) in the center of Indiana Madison County, destroying a barn and damaging of trees.
No injuries reported in one of Friday tornadoes.