INDIANAPOLIS - Strong winds and large hail are possible Monday as a frontal system moves through Indiana.
Storms are possible in a couple of waves across Indiana during the day.
Morning storms pushing in from Illinois will bring heavy rain and frequent lightning, but severe weather is not expected with those storms.
Storms fired up in parts of western Indiana during the early afternoon, prompting a couple of severe thunderstorm warnings in western Indiana.
More storms expected to form during the afternoon and evening hours that could carry a severe weather threat.
There is a slight risk of severe weather in central and southern Indiana through the evening hours.
The risk of tornadoes is low, but an isolated storm could produce a twister.
"While widespread severe weather is not expected, a few of these storms could produce gusty winds and some hail," said StormTeam 6 meteorologist Todd Klaassen.
Storms will again be in the forecast for Tuesday, but the severe weather threat is expected to shift south of the area.
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