Warm and mostly cloudy night

Record temps lead to potential severe weather

A quiet night ahead for us before we could likely see severe storms tomorrow night. Right now, warm air is sweeping over the Tri-State setting the stage for record temperatures to fall overnight and tomorrow afternoon.

While it's possible a passing shower could happen through Friday afternoon, the main even starts as soon as 8-9 p.m. in southeast Indiana. Then, a line of storms will sweep across the Tri-State that could last to around 2 a.m..


FRIDAY - 9 First Warning Weather Alert Day: 

Strong to severe storms will be possible Friday night. The main severe threat is damaging winds but large hail and a few isolated tornadoes cannot be ruled out.

The Storm Prediction Center has included all of the Tri-State in a "ENHANCED RISK" of severe storms.

Friday Severe Weather Outlook

Showers continue into early Saturday morning as temperatures drop to 43. We'll basically see falling temperatures all day Saturday. By 4 p.m., temperatures will be in the mid 30s with a few isolated showers. I wouldn't be surprised to see a few snow flakes mixing in at times. It will also be very windy on Saturday. 

Gusty winds will make the conditions truly feel like February. On Sunday, sunshine returns and so does the sunshine. Highs will only reach the mid 40s, seasonal for this time of year.



Very warm again
Low: 57


Record warmth and very windy
Strong to severe storms late in the day
High: 74


Storms likely
Damaging winds possible
Low: 43

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