ANGOLA, Ind. (AP) — Officials say at least two weak tornadoes hit northeast Indiana over the weekend.
The National Weather Service says the thunderstorms moved Saturday over northern Indiana and Michigan's southern Lower Peninsula, producing flooding. The weather service says two weak tornadoes were confirmed, knocking down trees and damaging some roofs.
No injuries were reported from the tornados.
The weather service says an EF-1 tornado with winds estimated at up to 105 mph (169 kph) was reported Saturday evening in the Angola area, knocking down trees along a stretch of railroad tracks.
Around the same time, an EF-0 tornado with winds estimated at up to 80 mph (129 kph) was reported in the Angola area in a field. The multi-funnel tornado tore off the roof of a building and damaged some barn structures.
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