Heavy rain and temperature fluctuations across the state are causing inconsistent growing conditions that could push harvest past Thanksgiving.
Heavy rainfall from the remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy has caused scattered street flooding across central and southern Indiana.
Indianapolis received a record rainfall total for April 29 of 1.99 inches. The old record was 1.71 inches set in 1970.
An enhanced risk for severe weather is in effect until midnight.
Thursday will be much colder than today with temperatures deep into the 40s by evening.
A hard freeze will occur each night through early next week. Any sensitive vegetation should be protected against the cold.
The National Weather Service says surveys have confirmed tornado damage in parts of Indiana from storms that hit the Midwest this week.
Severe thunderstorms packing rain, hail and high winds caused damage in parts of Indiana.
Paoli Peaks typically offers skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing each year from mid-December to mid-March.
Snow isn't expected to start falling until the early morning hours of 2 a.m. Thursday.