You can scroll through the list of severe weather reports in this blog posting.
The severe weather event drought has ended after more than a year. This does meet the criteria to be classified as a severe weather event.
We are in good shape for the rest of the evening & night. No additional severe weather. It will turn sharply cooler tonight with lows 46-52 from north to south with winds gusting 20-30 mph at times.
Monday will be cool with highs 57 north to 67 south with cool northwest wind wind turning to the north, then north-northeast at 15-25 mph. Dreaded lake breeze front will be on the move south, enhancing an already cooler day behind the cold front.
Meteorologist Balint Szalavari will have your complete 7-day forecast based on the latest data tonight at 11 p.m. on News 18 Weekend.
Rest of evening-tonight projected radar:
Squall line has exited. Severe threat has ended. Last of storms now exiting Howard County.
Gazebo reportedly destroyed 1 miles southwest of Lafayette from earlier storm.
One tree & several 6-8" diameter limbs reportedly down in Kokomo & powerlines down & blocking East Monroe in Kokomo.
Kokomo Municipal Aiport M47 mph gust (northeast of Kokomo).
4 ESE Kokomo Airport M43 mph gust (northeast of Kokomo).
No damage reports out of southern or southeastern Clinton County at the moment (specifically between Forest & Kempton). 6 ENE Michigantown weather station M37 mph.
Tree down 1 SE Chili in Miami County.
Line is about to exit.
Worst storm is far, far south-southeast Howard (mostly in Tipton) with likely +60 mph gusts.
Gusts 50-58 mph possible in Kokomo, however, as Tipton/S. Howard bow may curl northward a bit.
Less risk north of Kokomo, more in Kokomo & especially south & southeastward.
Tree down on Route 16 in northern Miami County.
Brief, sudden rain wrapped tornado possible in overall +60 mph gust & small hailstorm headed for near Forest & north of Kempton.
Gust to 60 mph southeast of Bunker Hill.
All other storms in the line in our southeast do not look severe.
Those two look severe on radar.
Three trees reportedly downed north of Peru.
M51 mph gust Grissom Air Reserve Base.
NE of Peru......S of Frankfort & Galveston storms look severe with 60 mph gusts.........others in the line do not.
Small hail may accompany the three severe storms in the line.
Tree damage reported at Walton & Deacon in Cass County.
M57 mph just NE of Denver, Miami Co.
M46 mph Miami County Fairground at 31B & 200 N north of Peru.
M43 mph Peru Municipal Airport
Carroll, Clinton, Howard, Cass, Miami under Severe T'Storm Warnings.
Dunkirk in Cass County reports gusts E50 mph.
Gusts E60 mph just east of Flora on Route 18 reported.
M57 mph 2 NE Darlington.
Power outages & some lines are down in Attica.
The observation at station 4 ENE Attica had 37 mph gust, but gusts likely higher in the town of Attica per radar data & reports.
Near penny hail & gusts 40-45 mph reported at 1 mile northeast of Clymers, Cass County.
Power is out 3 miles south of Lafayette.
53 mph wind gust measured 3 miles south-southwest of West Point.
M35 mph at Veteran's Memorial & U.S. 52.
Sustained wind of 36 mph right now with storm near Petit.
Severe T'Storm Warns up Carroll, Clinton, Montgomery, Tippecanoe, Cass, Miami.
Line on the move eastward. Warnings continue White to Tippecanoe, Carroll, Montgomery, Clinton for spotty 60 mph gusts possible with <0.75" hail.
Balint reported pea hail in West Lafayette.
M39 mph west of West Lafayette.
East of Attica, observation site measured 37 mph gust.
3 miles south-southwest of West Point station measured 53 mph gust.
M44 mph Round Grove (southwest White County).
Severe T'Storm Watch up until 10, but will likely be cancelled before then once line passes.
Carroll, Clinton, Fountain, Montgomery, Warren, Tippecanoe under Severe T'Storm Warnings for spotty 60-70 mph gusts & some hail.
Line of storms with some embedded nodes & S shapes with severe weather is moving in & on the move east at 40-50 mph.
Line runs through western half of area.
Worst two storms (both severe) are now over SE Benton, E. Warren counties with potential 60-70 mph gusts & some potential <1.00" hail. The other is over northern Vermilion County, Indiana.
All are moving east, slightly northeast, at 40-50 mph.
Severe T'Storm Warnings are lined up:
White, Warren, Tippecanoe, Fountain, Montgomery for these two embedded severe cells.