Two central Indiana counties sustained likely tornado damage Monday evening. Severe storms developed over Hendricks and Boone Counties, prompting several Tornado Warnings from the National Weather Service. The storms were located just to the west of Indianapolis.
The most significant damage reports came from Brownsburg in Hendricks County and Whitestown in Boone County. The reports varied from traffic lights and trees down to significant debris and structural damage to some buildings in Whitestown.
More strong to severe storms are possible in southern Indiana Tuesday, but are more likely in the Northeast. The Storm Prediction Center has issued a Slight Risk for severe storms from Pittsburgh, PA to western Massachusetts. New York City, Philadelphia, and Boston also have a marginal risk for severe weather.