Snow isn't expected to start falling until the early morning hours of 2 a.m. Thursday.
Snow and freezing rain could produce slick roads and varying visibility during the morning commute.
Forecasters say wind chills could drop into the teens and 20s at times this weekend.
An IU atmospheric science professor says evidence from the last one hundred years shows, on average, an undeniable warming trend.
Monday was one of the warmest in Indianapolis' recent history, setting a new record for the highest minimum temperature in the past three decades.
The Department of Public Works says the damage impacted streets, spillways, culverts and basins.
The National Weather Service confirms at least eight tornadoes hit Indiana Wednesday.
Pence says he'll remain in the state as long as necessary to ensure people affected by the storms have the support they need.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg won't face Gov. Mike Pence after Pence withdrew his name to run as the republican vice presidential candidate.
The weather has caused some communities to cancel or postpone firework events.