EF2 Tornado Confirmed Southwest of Indianapolis Sunday Night


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Indianapolis, IN – An EF2 tornado touched down in Knox County on Sunday evening, causing significant damage.

According to the National Weather Service in Indianapolis, meteorologists confirmed that the tornado produced EF2-level damage. Additional damage in Daviess and western Martin counties was attributed to straight-line winds. More information is expected to be released as assessments continue. The severe weather event highlights the need for residents to stay informed and prepared for sudden weather changes.

In the aftermath of the tornado, the weather forecast for Indiana indicates a mix of conditions. Today, mostly cloudy skies with isolated showers are expected in eastern Indiana, while other areas will remain dry. High temperatures will reach the upper 60s to low 70s. As the week progresses, Thursday will bring mostly sunny skies with a warming trend, pushing temperatures to a high of 73 degrees. By Friday, partly cloudy conditions will prevail with temperatures rising to a high of 77 degrees.


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