Temperatures in the 90s and high humidity will produce dangerous heat index values of around 105 degrees to 110 degrees.
There won't be a bumper crop this year, but depending on summer weather, most farmers should recover.
Tornadoes, large hail to 3 inches in diameter, thunderstorm wind gusts to 70 MPH and dangerous lightning are possible in these areas.
Water levels reached their highest peak in years, though boat rentals and some campsites are open.
Record rainfall and flooding in Indiana continue to prevent farmers from planting their crops.
At least 14 tornadoes touched down across the state Tuesday.
Several students and faculty members from both IU and Taylor University gathered this morning in Dunn Meadow.
National Weather Service meteorologists say areas of south-central Indiana should prepare for flooding as storms move into Indiana over the next few days.
Thousands still in the dark following the latest round of nasty weather. Duke crews are working around the clock.
Business is slowly going back to normal at the Indianapolis Airport as the ice storms make their way east of the Hoosier state.