Madison County officials said there is no evidence that a tornado touched down during Thursday afternoon's severe weather.
INDIANAPOLIS - Madison County officials said there is no evidence that a tornado touched down during Thursday afternoon's severe weather.
"While several pictures of funnel clouds were received, there is no evidence of rotation (on the ground)," emergency management officials wrote in a statement.
Officials said they found a 2-mile path of damage southeast of Anderson, but the downed trees and limbs all pointed toward the southeast, indicating straight-line winds.
Madison County law enforcement reported spotting a tornado along State Road 236 Thursday, saying it moved southeast damaging trees along its path.
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