Severe Storms Possible Saturday

Damaging winds, hail and flash flooding will be a possibility for the Tri State Saturday.

Posted: Jul 10, 2021 3:35 AM
Updated: Jul 10, 2021 8:10 AM

EVANSVILLE, IN. (WEVV) -- The Storm Prediction Center has placed all of our counties under a "2" out of 5 on the Threat Index. Another round of severe storms will be possible through the afternoon and evening. Keep yourself notified for watches and warnings that may be issued for your community.

A line of early-morning showers and storms will continue race out of the area shortly after daybreak. A much warmer and moist airmass will settle through mid-morning due to a warm front tracking northward. Along the front a complex of storms will develop by 5PM and will continue to migrate to the east through the evening. These storms will be capable of producing damaging wind gusts and large-size hail.

Guidance have the severe threat ending by 9PM for the entirety of the Tri State. From then on the dominant threat will be flash flooding. On and off rounds of storms will be producing pockets of torrential downpours. Parts of the area could receive upwards of 4" by Sunday afternoon.

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We're waking up to dry and cold conditions this Tuesday morning. As we head into the afternoon, temperatures won't rise much. Highs are only going to be in the mid to upper 30s. Skies will be mostly cloudy with a chance of flurries overnight. It won't be a big snow by any stretch, but you could see some flurries flying Tuesday night into Wednesday morning around the Tri-State. Don't expect more than a dusting, with greater chances falling north of I-64.
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