INDIANA (WEHT) – The National Weather Service (NWS) surveyed local Indiana counties after Friday’s storms.

NWS confirmed Tuesday there were two tornadoes in Vanderburgh County. One tornado was an EF-1 with 100 mph winds that hit a church, and the other was an EF-0 north of Darmstadt. NWS confirmed Monday that there was an EF-1 in western Dubois County.

According to NWS Paducah, its damage survey team found two tornadoes that touched down in western/northern Vanderburgh County. NWS Paducah says a third tornado, an EF-0, occurred near Dale.

NWS says the survey team found an EF-1 tornado touched down near Smith Mills. NWS says it also found what appears to be two separate tornado tracks in western Union County – an EF-0 and another EF-1.