June 26th, 2013 at 2:56 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Evolving southern Indiana bow appears to be the main event developing with T’Storm Watch along/south of I-70.  Here, will continue to watch where the greatest sunshine appears, will watch subtle shortwave to the west & cold front for some storms to pop.

This will need to monitored hourly.  If storms can really go, then at least isolated/sporadic wind threat would develop with areas of heavy rainfall.

However, to summarize, the main threat for widespread, damaging straight line winds is developing in the southern part of Indiana, into Kentucky.

3 Responses to “Update”

  1. amber says:

    Will kokomo see severe weather today/tonight if so how bad do u think it will be hopefully no tornados…just wondering because we have had alt of sunshine today thanks amber

  2. Maybelater says:

    South of Indy does look nasty. They can keep those red cells.
    If you go outside though, you do get a sense and feel that there are storms brewing somewhere.

  3. Chad….hoping u got some much needed sleep and rest. Hoping we can escape anything needing a watch today/tonight. It is so humid out there it is hard to breathe!!

    80* with 81 % humidity yikes!

    MA in REM

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