The risk of severe weather is still in place through late evening. Here's a breakdown of the timing and severity from StormTeam 6 meteorologist Kevin Gregory.
While the overall threat is relatively low, there is a heightened threat of tornadoes in the western part of the state.
Here's the timing of tonight's severe weather threat.
Strong winds from different directions are setting up a tornado threat, particularly in the western part of the state.
By 7 p.m., the heaviest storms are expected to be nearing the state.
By 9 p.m., the highest threat of strong to severe storms is expected to be in central Indiana.
By 11 p.m., the storms will begin to move out of the state.
The storm threat should be over by around midnight.