A risk for severe storms for central Indiana on Tuesday evening

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We had light rain to start the work week but strong storms are on the way. We'll have dense fog developing overnight into Tuesday morning.  Tuesday afternoon will be breezy and warm with highs near 70 degrees. A line of t-storms will build across Illinois during the afternoon and move into central Indiana after sunset. The Storm Prediction Center has placed central Indiana under a slight risk for severe storms. The greatest threat for t-storms will be from 9pm through Midnight.

SPC MAP

Central Indiana will have a slight risk for severe storms Tuesday evening.

Severe Storm Threat

The greatest threats will be for lightning and strong straight-line winds.

4 DAY PRECIP FORECAST

We'll have several chances for rain this week.

5-Day QPF

Up to a half-inch of rain is likely this week.

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We'll have t-storms developing by 10pm Tuesday.

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Heavy rain is likely in Indianapolis by 11pm.

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Heavy rain moves through east central Indiana through Midnight.

Regional Front Map1

Cooler air will move in for St. Patrick's Day.

Regional Front Map2

Rain will move in Friday night.

Regional Front Map3

Rain and snow showers are likely this weekend.

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