Thousands lost their power from Saturday evening storms. No tornadoes were sighted, but Emergency Management reported a funnel cloud 6 miles southwest of Logansport at 6:50pm. Radar indicated the possibility of a tornado around 8:30 in Morgan and Johnson Counties, so a Tornado Warning was issued. Here’s a summary:
55mph wind guest 3 miles ssw of Attica in Fountain County. One-third of an inch of rain in 20 minutes the same hour.
Trees down and high water along Rocky Ford Road in the Briscoe Road area in Warren County.
Thunderstorm wind gust of 64 mph 3 miles sw of Crawfordsville near Lake Holiday in Montgomery County, via a trained spotter.
Ham Radio reporting a 6 inch tree limb down.
Power lines down in Zionsville according to a trained spotter…wind gust of 63 mph.
Rooftop of modular home partially or completely blown off in Morgan county 3 miles nnw of Paragon. The same hour a 6 inch tree limb was down 2 miles east of SR 37 on SR 44. An 8 inch tree limb was down in the downtown area.
A wind gust of 64 mph was measured in Waverly, in Morgan County near SR 144 and SR 67.
A foot of water was on downtown Franklin streets near Jefferson and SR 31.
The National Weather Service in Northern Indiana reported many 50-60 mph wind gusts, and stoplights out in Wabash along US 24. Large trees were down on the west side of Plymouth Indiana. Trees were down, and transformers were blown in the Ft. Wayne area. Some trees were downed, and flooding was reported in Brookston, in White County.