C. Indiana slammed by heavy rain, wind
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – UPDATE 6:50 P.M. – Duke Energy says 4,617 customers are without service. IPL reports 3,390 outages.
A severe thunderstorm warning remains in effect for Ripley County.
UPDATE 6:20 P.M. – Duke Energy reports 1,384 customers without service. IPL says there are 3,773 outages.
Hendricks, Johnson, Marion and Morgan counties remain under a severe thunderstorm warning until 6:30.
UPDATE 5:26 P.M. – Indiana Black Expo has cancelled Friday night’s free concert at the American Legion Mall due to stage damage and electrical issues after storms hit the downtown area.
UPDATE 5:20 P.M. – Duke Energy reports 1,035 customers are without service. IPL reports 4,979 households are without power.
Counties under a severe thunderstorm warning until 6 p.m: Bartholomew, Decatur, Rush and Shelby. Boone and Montgomery are under severe thunderstorm warnings until 5;45 p.m.
5 P.M. – A new thunderstorm warning has been issued for Boone and Clinton counties. The tornado warning for Clinton and Tippecanoe counties has expired.
UPDATE 4:55 P.M. – Tornado warnings and a flash flood warning were issued for several Indiana counties Friday afternoon.
The tornado warning was in effect for Clinton and Tippecanoe counties until 5 p.m. Friday.
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UPDATE 4:15 P.M. – Marion and Hendricks County saw heavy rain with the potential for flooding. The heavy rains hit downtown Indianapolis just after 4 p.m. A flash flood warning was issued as a result of the downpour.
Storm Track 8 Meteorologist Eboni Deon has the latest weather updates live on WISH-TV.