Severe storms expected over parts of the Ohio Valley this afternoon.
More showers and thunderstorms will be possible tonight as a cold front approaches from the Great Lakes.
Most of central Indiana needs a half foot of rainfall just to get back to normal - or around a foot of rain in some places to erase the deficit for the year.
Heat index values could reach near 110 degrees on Wednesday.
This could be the driest season since the dust bowl conditions of the 1930’s
Meteorologists say the continued hot and dry weather is rare for Indiana.
More than two-thirds of the state is already under a burn ban because of the drought conditions.
May's average temperature has a chance to set an all-time record in Indiana.
A report shows the number of tornadoes in Indiana merits the state's inclusion in "tornado alley."
The system is designed to reach people in a more concise way allowing them more time to respond to potentially deadly storms.