EF1 Tornado Touches Down In Madison County
MADISON COUNTY -- A confirmed EF1 tornado touched down in Madison County on Friday and caused damage in the area.
The National Weather Service has confirmed that the tornado, which lasted an estimated two minutes, touched down around 3:50 p.m.
The tornado destroyed a barn, flipped a storage shed on its side and caused tree damage.
POWER OF MOTHER NATURE - Whoa! Watch at this tornado destroys a barn in Madison County, IN earlier today. The threat for tornadoes continues across parts of the southeast and central region into early Saturday #inwx pic.twitter.com/F65SsEfSIG
— Meredith Garofalo (@GarofaloWX) July 21, 2018
At its peak, the tornado reached speeds of 100 mph and traveled a quarter-mile.
No injuries were reported.
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