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.
Severe storm and flooding threat through the weekend!
Severe storms swept across parts of central Indiana on April 28, leaving behind damaged homes and uprooted trees.
Storms will develop this afternoon and be at their strongest tonight and even into the early overnight hours.
Storms swept across parts of central Indiana on Wednesday leaving behind piles of hail and damage in many areas.
Severe thunderstorms peak in May and June, but we're getting a head start at the end of April.
Tornado totals are approaching 600 for the year.