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Strong to Severe Storms Today: Timing for Indiana

By · March 30, 2012 at 5:25 am

We’re waking up to scattered showers and thunderstorms across Central Indiana.  We could see some dry time by mid-morning, but by early afternoon, strong to severe thunderstorms will likely fire up across the state.

Highs will reach the low 70s today.  We’ll be watching the radar closely as all of Central Indiana is under a slight risk for severe storms.  Large hail and damaging winds are the greatest threat, however, an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.  Storms will begin in northwest Indiana this afternoon, and push to the southeast throughout the afternoon and evening.  The time frame of storms starting looks to be around 2pm, and we could see them last through 10pm.   Again, the storms will initiate in our northwest viewing area then move to the south/southeast.  The Indy metro area could see storms move through between 3pm and 7pm. 

Tonight, we dry out and temps drop to the mid 40s.

Saturday looks great with highs in the low to mid 60s.

Sunday, there’s a 20% chance for an isolated shower or storm, but as of right now the day won’t be a washout with highs around 80.

Early next week scattered showers and storms pop back into the forecast starting Monday, as highs hit the low 80s!  We’ll eventually cool down as we head into the end of next week.

Check out the 7 day forecast… above average temps roll on!

 

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