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Tornado damage seen in Indiana as severe storms threaten millions from Ohio Valley to South on Sunday

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Tornado spotted in Whiteland, Indiana, on Sunday afternoon. (Heather Holeman / FOX Weather) The FOX Forecast Center is tracking severe weather that’s impacting millions of people from the Ohio Valley to the South on Sunday.

The thunderstorms are capable of producing large hail, damaging wind gusts and tornadoes.This means millions of people from Columbus in Ohio through Nashville in Tennessee, Little Rock in Arkansas and Jackson in Mississippi should monitor conditions and be prepared to seek shelter should severe weather strike.Tornadoes were seen across Indiana on Sunday.

Flattened buildings were seen in Greenwood, Indiana.Heather Holeman says she watched as a tornado moved through Whiteland. Hail the size of tennis balls was reported throughout parts of Indiana and Arkansas.

This map shows the active watches across the U.S. Yellow indicates a Severe Thunderstorm Watch, and red indicates a Tornado Watch. (FOX Weather) A Tornado Watch has been issued for parts of Indiana, Michigan and Ohio until 8 p.m.

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