The storm system that wreaked havoc over Arkansas, Kansas and Oklahoma is making itself felt here in Indiana.
Forecasters at the National Weather Service say a large and slow moving low pressure system is expected to gradually approach Indiana today bringing a chance of severe storms tonight. Large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes are possible.
“The eastern part of the state is within a slight risk area, however after that we’ll mainly be dealing with showers,” says National Weather Service Meteorologist Mark Dahmer.
Scattered thunderstorms may develop again Tuesday. A few of these storms may be severe as well containing large hail.
Keep up to date on severe weather watches and warnings issued for the WFIU and WTIU broadcast area here.