Bumpy night ahead, rounds of Storms overnight and few strong storms possible

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WARM FRONT ARRIVING

Showers have spread northeast and arrived in the city for the evening commute.  These showers are expected to keeping moving northeast as a warm front spreads north through the state.  This is the same front that passed late last night but as a cold front.  Temperatures Wednesday were over 20 degrees colder than Tuesday and the first time we had a berlow normal day in two weeks.

Temperatures 3 PM Wednesday
Temperatures 3 PM Wednesday

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STORMS DEVELOP TONIGHT

As warmer and more unstable air moves up from southern Indiana more showers and eventually thunderstorms are expected to develop.  Locally heavy downpours will accompany these storms early Thursday night.  A few storms could also produce hail.

Forecast radar 10 PM Wednesday
Forecast radar 10 PM Wednesday

STRONGER STORMS POSSIBLE LATE NIGHT

Later tonight, the night-time jet stream should increase storm coverage again and possibly bring a few more active or gusty thunderstorm into the state.  Some locally strong winds gust may accompany these storms very late or into the predawn hours of Thursday.  Right now we break down the rain threat as three spells.  The Storm Prediction Center has outlined a portion of Indiana for a risk of severe storms

Forecast radar 5 AM Thursday. Strong storms are possible
Forecast radar 5 AM Thursday. Strong storms are possible

 

SPC severe weather outlook Wednesday night through Thursday morning
SPC severe weather outlook Wednesday night through Thursday morning

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