A volatile weather pattern is setting up for the next few days across much of Indiana.
Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible Wednesday as a strong low-pressure system sits over the Midwest.
The storm threat is greatest over the northern half of Indiana and will be most prominent during the evening. A tornado watch issued for many northern Indiana counties, including counties in the northern edge of RTV6's viewing area, is scheduled to expire at 11 p.m. (
Storms rolled through parts of central Indiana on Wednesday morning, dumping heavy rain and some small hail.
Any storms on Wednesday will have the potential for strong winds and damaging hail. There will also be a slight risk of tornadoes.
The northern third of Indiana has a moderate risk of severe weather, with strong winds and large hail being the main threat. The rest of Indiana could also see some severe weather.
Yet more storms are forecast for Thursday, with the entire state again in a risk area for severe weather.
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