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Videos and photos show probable tornadoes moving through southeastern Indiana, Ohio during storms

Videos and photos show probable tornadoes moving through southeastern Indiana, Ohio during storms

Videos and photos show probable tornadoes moving through southeastern Indiana, Ohio during storms

The strong storms prompted multiple tornado warnings in the tri-state region, with some confirmed by radar by the National Weather Service. The storms moved in around 8 pm and lasted until around midnight. The storms prompted several tornado warnings, primarily in southeastern Indiana and northern parts of southwestern Ohio and extreme southeastern Ohio. Areas in Franklin County, Indiana, saw what appeared to be funnel-shaped clouds moving. A doorbell camera in Butler County captured what appeared to be a tornado moving through the Millville area, across from Reilly Township. Reports of a downed silo began coming in from Reilly Township Tuesday night, blocking portions of Stillwell Beckett Road. “It’s almost like a train hit the house, that’s what I felt. The whole house shook,” said Holly Mullen, who lives nearby. she said. There are also reports of downed power lines in the area due to the downed silo. There are no details on when the road could reopen. Heavy rain is also a threat for much of the Cincinnati region, with multiple flash flood warnings in effect. Wednesday starts out dry, but brings another round of storms in the evening. There is again the possibility of strong storms. All severe weather hazards are possible. The rest of the week calms down and we should be dry by Friday. The weekend is not completely dry. Rain is possible on Saturday afternoon. Mother’s Day looks mostly dry and cool, with highs in the upper 60s.

The strong storms prompted multiple tornado warnings in the tri-state region, with some confirmed by radar by the National Weather Service.

The storms spread around 8 pm and lasted until around midnight.

The storms prompted several tornado warnings, primarily in southeastern Indiana and northern parts of southwestern Ohio and extreme southeastern Ohio.

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Areas in Franklin County, Indiana, saw what appeared to be funnel-shaped clouds moving.

A doorbell camera in Butler County captured what appeared to be a tornado moving through the Millville area, across from Reilly Township.

Reports began coming in Tuesday night of a fallen silo in Reilly Township, blocking parts of Stillwell Beckett Road.

“It’s almost like a train hit the house, that’s what I felt. The whole house shook,” said Holly Mullen, who lives nearby.

There are also reports of downed power lines in the area due to the downed silo.

There are no details on when the road could reopen.

Heavy rain is also a threat for much of the Cincinnati region, with multiple flash flood warnings in effect.

Wednesday starts out dry, but brings another round of storms in the evening. There is again the possibility of strong storms. All severe weather hazards are possible.

The rest of the week calms down and we should be dry on Friday. The weekend is not completely dry. Rain is possible on Saturday afternoon. Mother’s Day looks mostly dry and cool, with highs in the upper 60s.