On Jun 14 in weather history...

1957 -- A tornado moved across Fulton County, Indiana from Fletchers Lake to west of Rochester.

2000 -- An F2 tornado struck a few miles northwest of North Manchester (Wabash County), hitting a farm at 1300N and 100W, where a man suffered a broken leg. At 1300N and Meridian Road another man suffered back and chest injuries as the tornado demolished the barn in which he was seeking shelter. A barn at 1400N and 100E was destroyed. The tornado then knocked a utility pole onto an 18-year-old male, breaking his leg. A few minutes prior to the F2 tornado, and F1 twister had touched ground west of North Manchester near the intersection of IN 15 and IN 114. It unroofed two barns and damaged a silo at that location, and then struck a farm at IN 114 and 400W where a barn lost its roof. Another F2 tornado developed south of Sidney in Kosciusko County near 1300S and 400E. Two barns, a garage, and several outbuildings were completely destroyed. A 17-foot boat was thrown 60 feet. Debris from the farm was carried half a mile to the northeast. Yet another tornado, an F2, came to earth near Butler Center (DeKalb County) on CR 64. Extensive roof damage occurred to homes near Indian Springs Camp Ground, and a barn was damaged with much of its roof torn off and outbuildings either damaged or destroyed. Moments after that tornado lifted, an F1 twister touched down on the other side of Butler Center along CR 60, damaging houses and barns. Elsewhere...thunderstorms blew the roof off of a restaurant in Wolcott (White County) and removed the roof from a barn near Twelve Mile (Cass County Indiana). 1.75" diameter hail fell between Larwill and Columbia City in Whitley County. A hundred trees were blown down at Sycamore Hills Golf Club west of Fort Wayne.


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