INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — We are tracking severe weather threats moving across central Indiana. Find the latest information as it becomes available here:
Parts of central Indiana were under a Tornado Watch until 2 a.m. Thursday.
“No warning are in effect for central Indiana at this time. 17 counties continue under the Tornado Watch until 2 a.m. I anticipate the watch being canceled early,” meteorologist Chris Wright.
Sheriff Nielsen says he spotted a tornado on the ground around 550 East and state road 47 it was in a field no structures involved. We had grape size hail and strong winds heavy rain.
Duke Energy reports 62,491 Indiana customers without power as of 9:45 p.m.
As of 9:28 pm, there are 21,961 IPL customers without power.
Tornado Warnings have expired at this time but we are still tracking very strong winds moving through Johnson and Shelby county, moving into Bartholomew county. Radar Indicating winds gusting above 80 mph.#INwx @theWXauthority @FOX59 pic.twitter.com/zpQYvMwiOo— Krista McEnany (@KristaMcEnany) April 9, 2020
WEATHER ALERT: Tornado Watch for Bartholomew, Boone, Brown, Carroll, Clinton, Decatur, Delaware, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Henry, Howard, Johnson, Madison, Marion, Monroe, Montgomery, Morgan, Owen, Parke, Putnam and Rush County in IN until 2:00am EDT. @Fox59 #INWX— Brian Wilkes (@BrianWilkes59wx) April 8, 2020