ALERT DAY: T'Storms developing possibly severe

Thunderstorm coverage and intensity will likely increase this afternoon and evening ahead of a cold front.

Around 2:20 p.m. the National Weather Service issued at Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Fountain, Parke, Vermillion and Montgomery counties.

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Damaging wind and hail are the main threats. However, isolated tornadoes can't be ruled out.

Heavy rainfall will also accompany these thunderstorms leading to a flooding threat.

TIMELINE | Storms possible all day

Cooler air will flow into Central Indiana overnight with lows slipping into the 40s.

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Showers will linger on Friday morning before tapering off during the afternoon. This will set us up for mainly dry weekend with temperatures in the 50s on Saturday. On Sunday, we will climb into the low 60s.

Late Sunday the clouds will increase and a few showers will be possible. However, it looks like most of them will be after sunset. This will lead to a fairly wet Monday in what will be a very active weather pattern.

 

Sunrise:  7:32 AM     Sunset: 8:08 PM

This Afternoon – T'Storms expanding...Some Severe… 68

Tonight:: T'Storms early then Scattered Showers overnight… 49

Friday: Morning Showers – PM Clouds… 56

Saturday: Partly Cloudy… 55

Sunday: Sun & Clouds – Showers Late… 61

Monday: More Rain… 64

Tuesday: Sun & Clouds… 64

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