Wind Gusts Continue Through Sunday Night, Temps to Drop
INDIANAPOLIS—A high wind warning four areas along and north of I 70 was extended until 10 p.m. by the National Weather Service, Sunday.
Strong winds have been persistent throughout the day causing winds to blow trees, branches, and limbs into power lines and other issues affecting power. Approx. 8,000 customers are currently impacted. Crews will work around the clock to get the lights back on. pic.twitter.com/nPi8XMEYea
— IPL Power (@IPLPower) February 24, 2019
At one point Sunday tens of thousands of Hoosiers were without power across the northern half of the state, mainly, after high winds, some gusting over 60 mph hit the state.
Damage of various types, mostly downed trees and powerlines, was reported from areas south of Indianapolis all the way to South Bend.
— Tara Hastings (@MetTaraHastings) February 24, 2019
Well the wind is expected to die down Sunday night, the temperatures are expected to drop.
Monday mornings low temperature will be in the teens.