The National Weather Service has confirmed two tornadoes touched down in Indiana Tuesday, one in Fountain County and one in Tippecanoe County.
Severe storms that battered parts of Indiana damaged the Muncie Fieldhouse, caused other sporadic damage and brought some flooding.
The City of Kokomo is partnering with nonprofit group RETREET and the Indiana DNR to replace 120 trees in wake of the August 2016 tornado.
Volunteers will plant native trees rooted in 15-gallon buckets, free of charge, at the homes of Kokomo residents affected by last year's storm.
Flash flood watches and warnings were in effect Tuesday for much of central Indiana, with more severe storms possible.
The city raised almost $90,000 for the “Rebuild Highland Park” fund that helped replace the ADA compliant playground equipment and plant more than 150 trees.
Hail up to one inch in diameter and wind gusts to 45 MPH were also reported Wednesday night.
The 1917 tornado is considered one of the deadliest in state history.
Since Wednesday, eleven tornadoes occurred across southern Indiana, from north of Evansville to near Salem.
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