INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Strong storms are still possible this evening, especially in southern Indiana, so stay weather aware.
A MARGINAL Risk is in place for most areas south of the I-70 corridor, meaning an isolated storm or two could become severe. Thunderstorms are likely within the area as well, whether they are severe or not.
TIMING: The best chances for strong to severe storms will likely begin to develop by early evening, 6-8 p.m. and will become more widespread closer to sunset tonight — 8-9 p.m. Showers and storms will continue through the early overnight before we catch a break through early morning.
THREATS: Severe storms tonight will be capable of producing large hail and damaging wind gusts in excess of 60 mph.
Another threat for severe storms, a SLIGHT Risk, is in place for Monday. Damaging wind, hail and even a tornado or two are possible.
You can download the FREE Storm Track 8 Weather App to track the storms as they roll through in the coming days and if they do become severe, you’ll get push alerts sent right to your phone. Stay safe!