Possible record-high temperature, threat for severe storms Tuesday

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Our Tuesday will start with temperatures below freezing and patchy freezing fog may cause icy spots during the morning rush hour. Expect near record-high temperatures  on Tuesday afternoon when highs will range near 60 degrees. The warmth will come ahead of a powerful low pressure system moving in from the southwestern U.S. Heavy rain will also be part of this weather system. We'll have a slight risk for severe storms over the southern half of the state on Tuesday evening.

Tonight Low Temperature

Low temperatures will fall below freezing Tuesday morning.

NEW STREAK

Near record high temperatures are likely on Tuesday.

5-Day QPF

Heavy rain is likely across the state Tuesday.

SPC

We'll have a slight risk for severe weather Tuesday evening.

Severe Storm Threat

The main severe weather threats will be for lightning and  gusty winds.

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Strong storms will arrive by the end of the rush hour.

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Heavy rain is likely in Indianapolis by 7pm.

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Heavy rain moves into east central Indiana by 9 pm.

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Heavy rain tapers off by 11 pm.

QPF Midwest

Most of the Ohio Valley will have a wet Tuesday.

 

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