Portions of central Indiana including Howard county north is under a “high” risk for severe weather. Damaging winds, and isolated tornadoes are the top threat for the “high” risk area.
The rest of Central Indiana is under a moderate risk of severe storms. Top concerns are damaging winds and flooding. An isolated tornado and large hail cannot be ruled out. Up to two inches of rain in a short amount of time is possible, that’s why flooding is a threat. Be weather aware as we head into tonight. The best timing for storms appears to be after 7pm until 4am. As the storms develop tonight, we’ll keep you updated on the timing.