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Areas of low pressure moving along a meandering surface front along with strong low level jets brought a couple of rounds of severe weather to central Indiana in the early mornings of March 6 and 7. Damaging winds, some up to 100 mph, were the primary severe event, along with heavy rain and flooding.
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