Flash flood watches and warnings were in effect Tuesday for much of central Indiana, with more severe storms possible.
Severe storms and flooding possible later tonight, mainly after 9:00 p.m.
The White River is currently registering between 19.5 and 20 feet high, but is expected to rise to between 22 and 23 feet this weekend.
An enhanced risk for severe weather is in effect until midnight.
Hail up to one inch in diameter and wind gusts to 45 MPH were also reported Wednesday night.
Since Wednesday, eleven tornadoes occurred across southern Indiana, from north of Evansville to near Salem.
Severe thunderstorms packing rain, hail and high winds caused damage in parts of Indiana.
Warmer but unsettled weather is on tap through early Wednesday as a frontal system approaches.
Damaging winds, tornadoes and large hail are all possible this afternoon and evening.
A low pressure and stalled frontal boundary are triggering severe thunderstorms in south central Indiana.