A approaching storm system to our west brought severe storms with gusty winds, heavy rain and hail to central Indiana Tuesday afternoon.
The cold front will not move across state until Wednesday night so we’ll also see a slight chance for scattered t-storms on Wednesday. Our rain chances will increase Wednesday night when up to half-inch of rain is likely.
Behind the front drier air will flow into the state Thursday and temperatures and humidity will drop.
Expect highs in the low 80s through the weekend.
The heaviest rain fell south of I-70 on Tuesday.
Storms cause damage across the state Tuesday.
60 to 70 mph wind gusts were recorded Tuesday.
We have had almost two inches of rain this month.
We still have a small monthly rainfall deficit.
This has been a warm summer so far.
Temperatures and humidity will be lower by Thursday.