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Tuesday’s Severe Weather Outlook

By · April 19, 2011 at 7:38 am

All of Central Indiana is under a “moderate risk” for severe weather today.  This means that strong to severe storms are likely, and paying close attention to the forecast is a must. 

A severe thunderstorm is possible at any time today, but the best time for severe storms will be this afternoon as a warm front lifts through the state, and again tonight as a cold front pushes through Indiana.

At this time, tornadoes, damaging wind, large hail and flooding are all threats.  An additional 2-3 inches of rain is possible on top of what we received overnight.  We will be tracking anyand all changes in the SkyTrak Weather Center today and tonight.

Wednesday, will be quiet with cool temps and highs in the mid 50s.

Thursday, more sunshine and temps warm into the upper 50s.

Thursday night through Sunday more showers and storms develop.  It’s too early to tell if any of these could be severe.

Indianapolis Seven Day Weather Forecast



I believe that Anderson is too broke to sound their emergency sirens. Thank you WTHR for letting us know that we need to take shelter.

Thank you,

Mrs. Hannah

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