A tornado watch is in effect for central Indiana until 7 p.m. Wednesday.
The National Weather Service issued earlier a tornado warning for Kansas City, which has now turned into a tornado watch indicating optimal conditions for a tornado, but nothing has been spotted yet.
Central Indiana is under high risk for severe weather including tornadoes. Golf ball-sized hail, heavy rains and high winds were seen across central Indiana.
Two lines of storms have cut through Greater Lafayette and across the region today. Despite a few tornado warnings, no touchdown has been confirmed so far.
This morning's tornado watch was turned into a severe thunderstorm warning at 2:20 p.m. EDT in Tippecanoe, Indiana. The thunderstorm warning for Northwestern Clinton, Western Carroll, Northern Montgomery and Tippecanoe counties remained in effect until 2:45pm EDT.
The National Weather Service Doppler Radar indicated a line of severe thunderstorms capable of producing quarter-sized hail located along a line extending from Monticello to 10 miles south of Lafayette, moving northeast at 60 MPH.
A series of storms struck Oklahoma, Kansas and Arkansas from Tuesday until early Wednesday killing at least 14 people.