Central Indiana under Tornado Watch; storms may affect Memorial Day plans

Muriel Hammond
May 28, 2019

If you have outdoor plans, you may need to move inside. Winds S 15-30 miles per hour.

Storms that develop this afternoon carry a risk of large hail, strong winds, and some tornadoes.

Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy with strong/severe storms possible by afternoon. Rain/storm chances continue Wednesday and Thursday before drier skies work their way back Friday. Storm threat diminishes late tonight, after 10 pm.

After a mainly dry and very nice holiday weekend our chance for showers and storms increases for Memorial Day. Winds S 5-15 miles per hour. You can track storms that pop up and the app will also give you an alert if a watch or warning is issued. Any storms leftover in the morning could affect how the atmosphere recovers so this will need to be looked at closely throughout the day tomorrow. Highs pressure will keep storms to our west today but increasing chance of storms will come later Tuesday into Wednesday. A spotty shower or thunderstorm can not be ruled out this afternoon or evening, but most of us look to stay dry under partly cloudy skies. With less humidity, highs will still make it up near 80°.

With storms returning on and off Saturday through Monday the humidity returns with highs in the low-mid 80s and lows in the 60s.

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