Round of strong storms likely late in the day Sunday

Posted April 30, 2017

A portion of central and southern IN is out looked by the Storm Prediction Center for a possible severe storm or two. This threat will be greatest from 10pm to 4am.

The storms coupled with temperatures reaching almost 80 degrees will create a very humid, sticky uncomfortable environment.

Our FutureCast is now showing us that most of the stronger storms are likely to begin late tomorrow afternoon and should continue through the nighttime hours, even into the early, predawn hours, on Sunday.

A line of storms is possible / expected along and ahead of our next cold front.

Forecasters expect the storms to lose some of their punch as they advance eastward into the overnight hours.

Severe storms and flooding rainfall are looking like a strong possibility across Oklahoma Friday night into Saturday.

A line of severe storms are likely to work west to east across the state Sunday and Sunday night.

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A robust low pressure system will spread scattered strong thunderstorms across the state this evening.

These storms could be severe, with damaging winds and large hail the primary players.

The weather service also is anticipating a lot of heavy rain. An isolated tornado can not be ruled out, but it's on the very low end of probabilities.

Storms may move into far northwest Alabama as early as mid-afternoon Sunday.

Saturday, there is a 70 percent chance of showers with a high near 56, the weather service said. Severe weather will be the main weather headline in the weather world this weekend, especially for our friends to the west in the Southern Plains and this weather will move towards Alabama to end the weekend.

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As always, our team will be with you during the entire weather event.