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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A few showers late Tuesday afternoon. Dry Wednesday & Thanksgiving!
Weather on Thanksgiving day is going to feel very different on each side of the United States
Strong storms that swept across central Indiana Saturday morning and afternoon left thousands without power and significant damage in their wake.
Strong storms swept across Clinton County that damaged multiple buildings including the Walmart, which is closed until further notice.
The National Weather Service in Indianapolis has determined Saturday’s damage in Frankfort was caused by straight line winds.
The cold temperatures may have you thinking about snow, but you need to be ready for storms too.