Indiana is under a moderate risk of severe storms Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
We will see near record highs this afternoon topping out in the mid-60s with a mostly cloudy sky and a brisk breeze from the south. We'll see a lot of dry time this afternoon with only isolated T-shower chances this afternoon and more dry time than wet.
After that, however, the severe weather threat amps up. Damaging winds and hail are expected as storms sweep through the Hoosier State. There is also the risk for tornadoes.
This is our Futureview model showing numerous strong to severe storms at 2 a.m.
We'll see a second round roll through during the AM drive hours. Here is that second strong-severe line rolling through at 7 a.m. Wednesday.
These thunderstorms will be capable of producing some very heavy rain overnight. Most will see 1-2" of rain, however some near 3" totals will also be possible.
Temperatures will FALL instead of rise on Wednesday. We'll see a high early in the day of 60 degrees with temperatures FALLING into the 40s during the afternoon. We stay cool through Friday, before we rebound again for the weekend.