Two more tornadoes tore through southern Indiana during last Wednesday’s severe weather outbreak.
National Weather Service officials say an EF-1 tornado two miles west of Mitchell in Lawrence County contained wind speeds of 110 MPH. It was on the ground for two-tenths of a mile, uprooting trees and blowing the roof off a barn and house.
An EF-2 tornado nine miles west of Crothersville in Jackson County had wind speeds of 115 MPH and was on the ground for a quarter of a mile. Damage reports include a garage moved from its foundation and a 25 foot trailer turned and flipped on its side.
Since Wednesday, eleven tornadoes occurred across southern Indiana, from north of Evansville to near Salem.