INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Showers and thunderstorms moved through central Indiana Wednesday.
Some of the storms carried the threat of large hail, damaging winds, and the possibility of tornadoes.
The Storm Prediction Center showed Indianapolis, Muncie, and southern portions of the state in an enhanced risk for severe weather, according to FOX59 meteorologist Danielle Dozier. A slight risk for severe weather extended from Rockville northeast to Marion.
The Severe Thunderstorm Watch for central Indiana expired around 8:45 p.m.
The severe thunderstorm watch has expired across central Indiana. Showers and a few storms remain but severe threat has ended. #INwx
— NWS Indianapolis (@NWSIndianapolis) April 6, 2017
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Meteorologist Danielle Dozier gives update on timeline of severe weather here: https://twitter.com/DanielleDozier/status/849678183838269440
Meteorologist Danielle Dozier says thunderstorms are lifting through portions of central Indiana. Nothing is severe at this time but lightning is a threat.
A Tornado Watch has been issued for portions of southeastern Indiana including Crawford and Harrison Counties until 10 p.m.