INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Heavy rain and wind arrived in central Indiana Sunday night and continued to push through Monday morning.
Winds were expected to gust 30-40 mph but reached upwards of nearly 50 mph. Police in Hamilton County reported two trees down across 113th Street near Olio and Ringer. Authorities in Johnson County said a tree fell across State Road 44 at the Johnson/Morgan county line. And police in Hancock County reported a power pole down near 200 N and 500 E.
Other counties surrounding Marion County saw some power outages and minor damage from the rain and wind.
It will remain wet and windy through early Monday morning. This will make for a tricky morning commute requiring extra time for drivers.
Conditions will improve by midday as the front heads east. Clouds will linger along with isolated rain showers and breezy winds through the evening.
Rainfall amounts should be a half inch or less. Drier air returns Tuesday.
Stay with Storm Track 8 for updates.