Severe weather threat moves farther south

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A severe t-storm watch is in effect for Ripley and Dearborn counties until 8pm. The severe weather threat continues to drop farther south, now mainly across western and central Kentucky. We'll have scattered t-storms this evening across central Indiana and patchy dense fog will develop overnight. We'll have our first 80-degree day of the month on Wednesday and a few t-storms will be possible late. We'll have a better chance for rain and t-storms on Thursday.


The slight risk area has been adjusted farther south.


A Severe T-storm Watch continues for southeast Indiana.


A Tornado  Watch includes Evansville and all of western Kentucky.


Scattered t-storms are possible this evening.


Our risk for strong storms is low.


Storms taper off this evening and dense fog will develop.

Regional Front Map1

Dry weather returns Friday along with the warmest temperatures of the month so far.

Regional Front Map2

Showers are possible Saturday morning.

Regional Front Map3

Expect cooler temps this weekend.


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