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Mother Nature took aim on Southwestern Indiana once again Wednesday evening as a line of heavy thunderstorms rolled through the area however this time little damage was reported by authorities.

The storms began to cross the Walbash River and into Southwest Indiana around 5:30 spawning tornado warnings in areas to our south and west however once they began to move into areas such as Dubois and Spencer Counties they had already decreased in intensity.

Dubois County Dispatch says the only reports they received included a tree that fell along State Road 550 in the Dubois area that blocked the highway for a period of time. There was also the report of another fallen tree along State Road 545 near Patoka Lake.

In Spencer County, dispatch says a small amount of trees fell in areas of the county as well as a report of few power lines that were knocked down.

No Structure damage was reported in either county.

As mentioned the storms lost their punch as they moved east. Parts if not all of Dubois. Spencer and Perry Counties were under Severe Thunderstorm Warnings during this latest severe weather event.

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