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Heavy Showers & Strong Storms Possible

Sunday Night Forecast (01/24/2021)

Posted: Jan 24, 2021 10:40 PM
Updated: Jan 25, 2021 7:19 AM

Bring out the umbrellas and rainboots, showers will be migrating from the south as early as 4AM. Rain will continue to pick up in intensity through the morning hours, just in time to disrupt your rush hour commute. Widespread heavy downpours will be long lasting by midday. The threat of flash flooding will be something we will be monitoring especially in low-lined communities.
There is even a low-end threat of stronger storms for parts of the Tri-State. Locations south of Interstate 64, particularly in our Kentuckian neighborhoods have a marginal chance of seeing storms that could produce small-to-medium size hail. The window of seeing those intense storms will be between the hours of 4PM and 6PM. The overall rain threat will ultimately conclude by midnight Tuesday. We could receive 1-2" of rain. Sunshine returns by Tuesday morning.

Partly Cloudy
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Hi: 96° Lo: 69°
Feels Like: 72°
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Hi: 95° Lo: 68°
Feels Like: 74°
Partly Cloudy
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Hi: 94° Lo: 67°
Feels Like: 69°
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It was another brutally hot afternoon throughout the Tri-State; afternoon highs peaked in the mid to low 90s for our third straight day with heat indices approaching and even surpassing 100° at times earlier on. As for the remainder of the evening, one can expect much of the same - temperatures will stick around the upper 80s through at least dinnertime before dipping to 80° or so by 10PM. Winds shifting southward overnight will only allow temperatures to fall as low as the mid to low 70s throughout the Ohio Valley; we'll kick off what may end up being our hottest day in years with a morning low temperature of 73° in Evansville.
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