Severe storms possible overnight in portions of central Indiana

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There’s no doubt about it, we are in for a hot and humid day today. Temperatures will climb into the upper 80s and many of you south of I-70 will hit 90°F. With higher dew points today, feels like temperatures should range from the mid to upper 90s across the state.


A cold front will be moving through the state on Wednesday but storms ahead of this front will move in as early as the overnight hours. We are looking at a line of showers and storms arriving after midnight and these storms could pack a punch. The Storm Prediction Center includes the western and northwestern part of the state in a “slight risk” of severe weather. Our main risks include:
Severe Outlook-Damaging Winds
-Large Hail
-Frequent lightning

You can see the risk area highlighted in yellow above. This specifically includes Crawfordsville, Rockville, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Frankfort, Fowler, Veedersburg, Logansport, Thorntown, Delphi, Monticello and Ladoga.

Below is Fox Futurecast from 10 PM to 2 AM as the storms move into our area. While this model underplays the intensity of the storms, it does show that the line will be coming in late tonight and impacting us before sunrise.

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