GREATER LAFAYETTE AREA, Ind. (WLFI) - A spring storm brought heavy rains and gusts of winds late Wednesday night into early Thursday morning.
The National Weather Service had issued a tornado warning for the area for a short time as the main line of storms moved through the area.
According to WLFI-18 Meteorologist Cameron Hopman, while the storm brought steady rainfall, currently no major damage has been reported. A 60-mile-per hour gust of wind was recorded at Frankfort and a 52-mile-per-hour gust was seen at Crawfordsville.
Morning drivers should be careful and watch out for flooded roads and fallen tree limbs.
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