Stormy overnight, severe storms are possible

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Gusty/active storms have returned to parts of northwest Indiana late Wednesday evening.  A few storms have been topping 50,000 feet and prompted severe t-storm warnings.

Vivid lightning and heavy rainfall will accompany these storms as they drift southeast through 2 AM.

Lightning Tracker

New cluster of storm develop late Wednesday night

SPC  (Storm Prediction Center) once again will monitor storm trends and considers severe t-storm watch for a portion of central Indiana.

MESO Disc Weds PM 2

Possible watch for [parts of central Indiana


Gusty storms snapped tree limbs, toppled a few trees in parts of central Indiana along with blinding rainfall.  Numerous reports of damage to trees we reported from New Castle to Hagerstown.  Some severe reports included a tree on a home in Henry county and some small hail.

Eagle Creek Weds PM

Storm clouds over Eagle Creek around 6 PM


Tree snapped in Westfield Wednesday afternoon




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