Severe storms downed trees and damaged homes Thursday evening

Several severe t-storm and tornado warnings were issued as severe storms brought wind and possible tornado damage across east central Indiana Thursday evening. 1-2″ of rain soaked the state a flash flood warnings were issued. Dense fog and rain will continue overnight.

The rain will end early Friday morning and skies will clear during the afternoon. The gusty winds will continue through the day and highs will rise into the 60s.

Our active weather pattern will continue across central Indiana. The jet stream will push a  series of low pressure systems across the state and keep the frequent rains coming.

After a sunny start another wave will move across the state and bring heavy rain late Saturday through early Sunday. Skies will clear Sunday and we’ll have a more rain with scattered t-storms developing Monday and rain will continue through Tuesday.

Our wet weather pattern will end Wednesday. Rain totals ranging from two to four inches are likely during this stretch of wet weather.

So far this has been a wet month.

Severe storms downed trees and damaged homes Thursday evening.

Heavy rain will start to taper off after Midnight.


More rain is likely overnight.

Gusty winds are likely through Friday.

Skies will clear Friday afternoon.

More rain will develop Saturday evening.

Rain will end early Sunday.

More rain will develop Monday.

Rain will end Tuesday.

2-4″ of rain is likely through early next week.

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