You can see the whole storm rotating as it pushed through northern Marion County and into Hamilton County.
INDIANAPOLIS - The tornado-producing storm that caused damage in Hendricks County was spinning like a top as it moved into northern Marion County and southern Hamilton County.
The storm weakened as it moved northeast, but it was still a strong, rotating thunderstorm.
StormTeam 6 Chief Meteorologist Kevin Gregory describes the storm's rotation from our timelapse video looking from downtown to the north.
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