A strong spring storm system brought tornadoes, hail, and damaging winds to central Indiana on April 11. National Weather Service Assessment teams determined that 4 tornadoes struck central Indiana during the afternoon. A map of the tornado paths is below. Details about each tornado follows below the pictures of the event.
The initial tornado touchdown was reported by a storm spotter at 4:20 P.M. EDT in Harmony, about 22 miles east of
The same mini supercell storm produced a second tornado at 5:35 P.M. EDT near
The original mini supercell that produced the first two tornadoes recycled one last time to produce its third tornado, the fourth tornado overall for the evening, in northeast