Recorded temperatures haven't been as high as what's forecasted for the next few days since 2013, when they hit nearly 96 degrees.
The tornadoes impacted Clinton County, Crawford County and Jefferson County.
Indianapolis received a record rainfall total for April 29 of 1.99 inches. The old record was 1.71 inches set in 1970.
Since Wednesday, eleven tornadoes occurred across southern Indiana, from north of Evansville to near Salem.
Forecasters say wind chills could drop into the teens and 20s at times this weekend.
Ozone levels are expected to be in the unhealthy sensitive groups range, according to the National Weather Service.
National Weather Service forecasters say scattered rain and snow showers will gradually end later tonight.
Heavy rain switches to snow later today and ice later today.
Forties again today, and near 40 tomorrow, but it won't stay that warm or that dry too much longer. Snow is coming back...
It reached 72 degrees Saturday in Indianapolis, breaking the old record of 67 degrees in 1983.