NWS Confirms Two More Tornadoes In Southeastern Indiana

Both tornadoes traveled over 5 miles through Ohio County.

(Ohio County, Ind.) - Two more tornadoes during last week's storm on Wednesday, April 8, have been confirmed by the National Weather Service. 

Both of these EF0 tornadoes passed through Ohio County around 10:15 p.m.

The first tornado started 4 miles southeast of Dillsboro and traveled nearly 6 miles to end about 5 miles southwest of Rising Sun. Winds topping out between 70-75 MPH causing damage to roofs, siding, barns, and trees.

The second tornado first touched down 5.5 miles northwest of Rising Sun on Salem Ridge Road and led a 5.25 mile path. With an estimated maximum wind speed of 65 MPH, damage along this path was much weaker than the first tornado.

No fatalities or injuries were reported. 

Damage reports and mapping were provided by Ohio County Emergency Management. 

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