National Weather Service: EF-1 Tornado Touched Down in Warsaw

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National Weather Service: EF-1 Tornado Touched Down in Warsaw

The tornado touched down about one mile east of downtown Warsaw at around 8:30 p.m. Monday, the National Weather Service said Tuesday.

WARSAW, Ind. -- An EF-1 tornado touched down Monday night in city of Warsaw in Kosciusko County, the National Weather Service has confirmed.

The tornado touched down about one mile east of downtown Warsaw just before 8:30 p.m. and traveled for four miles before lifting back up, according to a NWS Damage Survey published Tuesday.

Wind speeds topped out at 90 mph. The minimum wind speed for an EF-1 tornado is 86 mph. 

Numerous trees in the path of the storm were uprooted and toppled, and several power poles were snapped. In addition, several cars and buildings were damaged by falling tree limbs and branches. 

No injuries have been reported.

(Photo by Joe Tabb/Thinkstock.)

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