The National Weather Service confirmed this week that a tornado touched down briefly in western Indiana on Sunday.
The weather service rated the tornado as an EF-0, estimating it had peak winds of 70 mph.
The weather service said the tornado touched down in a field southwest of the town of Linden, about 50 miles northwest of Indianapolis, at 8:38 p.m. Sunday and caused no damage.
The weather service said the tornado was produced by a cold front that caused thunderstorms.
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