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Severe weather may not be done for the year in Indiana

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INDIANAPOLIS (Network Indiana): It’s already been a busy ‘2nd season’ for severe weather in Indiana.

“We get into where we get a more definitive upper air pattern that affects Indiana in the fall.” said NWS meterologist in-charge Dan McCarthy. “That gets us our 2nd season.”

There have been several major storms over the past week, including two different rounds of tornadoes. The first round passed through Brownsburg on August 15th. The second went through Kokomo, Marion, Allen County, and northwest Ohio on Wednesday. Both rounds of storms caused major damage.

We may not be done yet with the storms, McCarthy says. “We could have some occasion where there could be threatening severe weather as we head into those months (September and October).”

Storm cleanup continued Sunday in Kokomo.

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