ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Foresman, Indiana tornado 2012 was spotted moments ago moving east. The Foresman, Indiana tornado was reported within the hour by local news and is now prompting alerts across the region. Officials believe that the tornado today August 9, 2012 is currently moving southeast at roughly thirty mph.
While radar spotted the tornado moving through sections of Indiana tonight, the National Weather Service had issued tornado warnings for the region earlier Thursday. The most recent alert was issued by the National Weather Service shortly after 7 pm CDT. They advised news of a “tornado warning” remaining “in effect for Southwester Jasper and Southeaster Newton counties until 7:45 PM CDT”.
Thereafter, the NWS told news that a tornado was spotted moving through the region. “This storm was located near Foresman, moving southeast at 30 mph.” Officials are now advising news that the “tornado storm will be near Goodland around 7:15 pm CDT and Remington around 7:30 pm CDT”.
Severe thunderstorms are also blanketing the region. Officials are warning of “damaging winds in exceeds of 60 mph with destructive hail, delay lighting and very heavy rain.” They add that Doppler Radar has indicated a “line of severe thunderstorms capable of producing quarter size hail and damaging winds” throughout the region, with winds far in excess of 60 mph.