There is a slight risk for severe weather in parts of Indiana Monday afternoon and evening.
A map from the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center (pictured) shows the slight risk zone encompasses the northern half of the state.
Damaging winds are possible, and heavy downpours are expected as a cold front pushes in from the West.
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RTV6 Meteorologist Todd Klaassen said isolated storms will appear throughout the day as temperatures heat up.
The primary threat from the storms will be from damaging wind and large hail.
A warning was posted early Monday afternoon for portions of Tippecanoe, Warren and Fountain counties, where forecasters said winds of 60 mph or more and quarter-sized hail were possible.
That warning expired, and there were no reports of damage.
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A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for all counties in Central Indiana until 8AM Monday.
Severe storms swept across parts of central Indiana on April 28, leaving behind damaged homes and uprooted trees.
Storms will develop this afternoon and be at their strongest tonight and even into the early overnight hours.
Storms swept across parts of central Indiana on Wednesday leaving behind piles of hail and damage in many areas.
Severe thunderstorms peak in May and June, but we're getting a head start at the end of April.
Tornado totals are approaching 600 for the year.