In southwest Indiana, 2 tornadoes hit the Washington area. National Weather Service Meteorologist Michael Koch says one of them traveled nearly 20 miles.
The number of homes without power is slowly decreasing, but several counties still report thousands of homes still in the dark.
Several school corporations throughout the state are closed today as communities assess damage.
Close to 11,000 Indiana residents lost power during severe weather Thursday night, including wind guests over 70 mph and tornado watches.
Severe thunderstorms and tornado conditions are probable in many central Indiana counties this afternoon and evening.
A thunderstorm watch is in effect until 10:00 p.m. for far southern Indiana.
Severe thunderstorm warnings, flash flood warnings now in effect.
A thunderstorm watch remains in effect until 10 p.m. for central and southern Indiana.
Residents should be on the lookout for special weather bulletins throughout the evening and overnight hours.
Damage at the scene is consistent with an EF0 tornado with wind speeds up to 85 mph.