Most of central IN is under a "Slight Risk" or "Enhanced Risk" for severe weather Tuesday evening, according to the Storm Prediction Center.
While widespread severe weather is not likely, there is the threat of severe damaging wind gusts with this squall line.
The biggest risk with these storms are strong winds above 50 miles per hour and hail the size of quarters or larger. This front edge of warmer air doesn't appear to be coming as far north as yesterday's models projected - and that's good news because that lessens our severe weather potential. Dress for wind chills in the 20s and possible flurries by Wednesday morning. Additional storms may also fire in Kentucky.
Partly cloudy on Thursday, with highs in the low 40s (5 to 6 degrees Celsius).
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A cold front is working across the middle of the country Tuesday morning and will be pushing through southeast Louisiana and southern MS later tonight and tomorrow morning.
Another chance for stormy weather looks to roll into Central Texas and the Austin area Tuesday afternoon into the evening.
Wednesday Afternoon: Windy and cold with decreasing clouds.
Multi-rounds of storms are possible in three locations.
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Another system will roll in here later Friday and Saturday, with the potential for rain and snow.
"Sometimes we have those creeks that flood the road for a couple hundred feet long and a few inches deep that you have to watch", Luebbe said.
Temperatures will climb into the upper 70s and low 80s ahead of the front.
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