BLOOMFIELD, Ind. – Storms dumped heavy rain in parts of Indiana and caused possible tornadoes as they moved across the state.
The National Weather Service says it received two reports of tornadoes Tuesday evening in Greene County. Those weren’t immediately confirmed, and county emergency management director Roger Axe told WTHI-TV that no significant damage was reported.
The weather service said about 2.5 inches of rain fell in Fountain County, which caused some road flooding in the area. A warning was issued for minor flooding along parts of the Wabash River.
Some damage to houses and trees was also reported in the Indianapolis suburb of Fishers.