INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - UPDATE 10:40 P.M.: A Severe Thunderstorm Watch remains in effect for central and northern Indiana until 11pm.
The majority of the state is under a slight risk of severe weather Tuesday and Wednesday according to the Forecast 8 Team.
Storms have begun firing in Central Indiana ahead of an even stronger line that is likely to bring storms later this evening. The watch has also been extended father south to include Clay, Greene, Morgan, Owen, Sullivan and Vigo.
A severe thunderstorm watch was issued for counties along and north of Interstate 70 until 11 p.m. Tuesday. A line of storms in central Illinois continues moving southeast and may cross into Indiana by 8:30 pm. The line may be producing gusty winds, heavy rain, frequent lightning and hail.
There will be a chance for damaging wind, hail, flash flooding and isolated tornadoes. The threat Tuesday will develop during the afternoon and evening hours.
The potential and timing of severe weather Wednesday is a bit more uncertain at this time, as we will have to wait and see how storms develop and clear out Tuesday night. There may be a slightly higher chance of isolated tornadoes Wednesday.
Highs will reach the upper 80s Tuesday, although the humidity will make it feel like the low-to-mid 90s.
Click the Forecast 8 weather blog for updates throughout the day.
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