ANGOLA, Ind. (AP) — Thunderstorms packing hail and gusty winds have swept across central and southern Indiana but caused limited damage.
The National Weather Service reported hail measuring as much as 1 inch in diameter fell in Frankfort, Indianapolis and Jeffersonville on Wednesday. It says an emergency manager in Indianapolis estimated a wind gust at 60 mph.
The storm downed some tree branches and power lines. Indianapolis Power & Light Co. reported more than 6,000 customers had outages at one point.
Heavy rains caused flooding on some streets in the Indianapolis area but no major damage was reported.
Earlier, a line of thunderstorms that moved across northern Indiana early Wednesday caused some hail damage in Steuben County and scattered power outages, with the largest concentration in Elkhart County.