Southern Indiana struck by two tornadoes over the weekend

Indiana – Over the weekend, southern Indiana experienced two tornadoes as a result of severe weather that swept through the region on Saturday night.

Clark and Floyd Counties bore the brunt of the impact, with the National Weather Service in Louisville confirming the presence of two EF-1 tornadoes on the ground.

The tornadoes struck the New Albany area, inflicting damage upon buildings, trees, and power lines, consequently leading to multiple power outages.

Duke Energy reported that high winds snapped 17 power poles in half. One tornado exhibited winds reaching speeds between 95 and 100 mph, while the other had winds surpassing 105 mph.

Fortunately, no injuries have been reported in the aftermath of these tornadoes. The duration of the twisters’ presence on the ground remains uncertain at this time.

Sonja Hill

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