This Evening: A tornado watch remains in effect until 8 PM this evening.


A second line of severe thunderstorms will pass through during the late evening hours. A cold front will sweep through central Indiana between 7 and 10 pm this evening, bringing another round of heavy precipitation and damaging winds. Small sized hail and an isolated tornado or two is not out of the question either with the passing of the front. A moderate risk for severe weather will remain through the evening. 




Tonight:  Showers will push out by midnight, setting us up with the possibility for snow through the early morning hours. 



Tomorrow: Temperatures will fall drastically tomorrow, only teasing the 40 degree mark. By 6 am, we could see isolated snow flurries across the region. 



7-Day Forecast: Temperatures remain well below average for this time of year for the 7-day. The average for this time of year is 52 degrees, and Tuesday's high of 49 degrees will be the closest we will be to average. 


---Chief Weather Forecaster Balint Szalavari

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