Thursday evening brought a threat of severe weather to the Tri-State that mostly left the area unscathed.
Most of the region did see heavy rain for a time, but a few neighborhoods in Vanderburgh County experienced some hail.
The largest hail was reported near Darmstadt by the National Weather Service.
Residents on the westside of Evansville also saw some pea-sized pellets. However, with the warm conditions, that hail melted quickly.
According to StormTeam44, the system that brought the hail also triggered a Severe Thunderstorm Warning around 6:45 p.m.
Closer to 8 p.m., the threat moved over the eastern part of Ohio County with a Tornado Warning. That storm lingered over the area until just before 9 p.m.
At this time, there are no reports of any touchdowns or damage from that warning.
As the system moved out of the area, high winds were left behind for most of the overnight.