Tornadoes, large hail to 3 inches in diameter, thunderstorm wind gusts to 70 MPH and dangerous lightning are possible in these areas.
Cleanup has begun from Monday evening’s severe weather which left scores of trees uprooted and some people displaced from their homes because of the damage.
They will use computer models to track storms and hopefully predict when dangerous weather approaches.
The $12K fine is the maximum allowed by state law.
Falling trees knocked out power and caused property damage across Lawrence County.
Greene and Daviess counties are experiencing flooding that has caused several county roads to be closed.
National Weather Service meteorologists say areas of south-central Indiana should prepare for flooding as storms move into Indiana over the next few days.
Severe weather has ended but flooding and clean-up from last night’s storm is underway.
Business is slowly going back to normal at the Indianapolis Airport as the ice storms make their way east of the Hoosier state.
Brown County Residents pick up the pieces after severe weather cut power and water on Tuesday.