Several counties in northeast Indiana have reported storm damage and power outages, but it appears most of the damage is in Huntington and Wells counties.
In case you missed it Saturday night, here is the severe weather special!
Forecasters had warned that more than 88 million people were at risk of seeing some sort of severe weather Wednesday. In the Midwest, heavy snow and biting winds led to mass flight cancellations at Chicago airports.
A look at some of the extreme weather in Texas, California, Illinois and some regions.
The National Weather Service reported winds reached 90 to 100 miles per hour and that the tornado traveled about one fourth of a mile.
Unseasonably warm weather Wednesday helped spawn twisters from Arkansas to Michigan.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center says Sandra is expected to become a hurricane on Wednesday.
A severe storm is rolling through the area, bringing with it heavy winds and rains and hail in some locations.
City leaders asked the Allen County Solid Waste Management District for $250,000 Tuesday morning, but the agency said the city isn’t eligible for the funding yet.
Business owners and neighbors said they haven’t seen this kind of flooding in nearly thirty years.
Monday night’s storms brought heavy rain and flooding to some areas.
Indiana Michigan Power has more than 350 crew members working around the clock to restore power. Line workers from outside Indiana are even helping.
The Allen County Highway Department has closed several roads due to high water.
This year’s Buskerfest downtown and several events are canceled as a result of storms.
The end is far from over for homeowners hit hardest by the flood. While the water has gone down, many homes are left with thousands of dollars worth of damage and some families aren’t sure what to do first.
The city is monitoring the cleanup and the radar 24 hours a day, as more rain moves in. According to city leaders, it’ll be at least a couple months before crews finish cleaning up after flooding.
A weather system moving east is expected to bring wind gusts and heavy rain, which could cause power outages in the area.
The city of Fort Wayne said more than 300 volunteers have filled sandbags and helped neighbors across the city since Thursday.
Flooding problems began early Tuesday morning. Now more flooding is expected with more heavy rain in Thursday’s forecast.
Authorities said that they were fairly confident there were no more victims among the debris but that they would be working Friday to account for every single resident.