• Strong to severe storms possible today

    September 29, 2011 No comments

    Strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible in much of Indiana through Thursday evening as a frontal system pushes through the region.

    The National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center has placed most of central and northern Indiana in a slight risk zone for severe weather.

    A frontal system is expected to sweep through the region during the afternoon and evening hours.

    Thunderstorms are expected to form ahead of the front, which will divide seasonably warm temperatures across the region from a much cooler air mass behind the front.

    Sunshine across Indiana during the morning hours is expected to stir up instability in the atmosphere later in the day.

    A line of thunderstorms could fire from central Indiana into northern parts of the state during the afternoon.

    The storms are expected to move briskly to the east and southeast.

    The primary threat from the storms will be from strong, damaging winds. There is an outside chance that there will be some hail, and a tornado or two can’t be ruled out.

    High temperatures are expected to be in the 70s across most of Indiana before the storms move in.

    After the front pushes through, high temperatures on Friday and into the weekend are expected to be in the 50s.

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