Storms cause flooding in Indiana, storm teams to survey damage

GALVESTON, Ind. (WOWO/AP) _ Severe thunderstorms caused flooding in parts of Indiana and prompted multiple tornado warnings in the north-central portion of the state. Funnels were also spotted in Wabash, Huntington and Miami Counties.

Officers with the Cass County sheriff’s Department say a home was damaged by a possible tornado near Galveston and flooding closed multiple roads in the county.

Meanwhile, Amos Dodson with the National Weather Service, says trained spotters reported possible tornadoes in Carroll and Huntington counties, but storm survey teams will be out Tuesday, to confirm if touchdowns did occur and they will also rate any damage.

Flash flood watches and warnings were in effect Tuesday for much of central Indiana.

Another round of isolated strong-to-severe storms are possible Tuesday evening, primarily west of I-69 and south of US 24. More flooding is possible, especially in areas that have already received some of the recent rainfall.

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