More than 12,000 people still don't have power after a wave of severe thunderstorms hit the state earlier this week.
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Almost two dozen counties in Indiana were affected by yesterday's storms. Gov. Pence says it is too early to know if the state will seek federal assistance.
Washington residents describe the severe storms that shook their town Sunday - leaving people without power and some without a place to live.
Low turnout due to stormy weather could mean fewer funds for restaurants and food banks that benefit from the event.
Emergency management officials in South Central Indiana say they are keeping an eye on rivers for possible flooding over the next few days.
A severe thunderstorm watch remains in effect until 9 p.m. for central Indiana.
Damaging wind gusts will be the primary threat, with hail, brief heavy rainfall and dangerous lightning also possible.
Last years’ storms destroyed the property, causing an estimated $1.4 million worth of damage.
Marysville residents say they plan to rebuild their town that was devastated by last Friday's storms.