April 15, 11:15 PM Weather Forecast Update

T'Storm & Severe Risk Update

Posted: Apr 15, 2019 10:58 PM
Updated: Apr 15, 2019 11:28 PM

Couple to few isolated showers/t'showers are possible in the north Tuesday.  There will also be more cloudy north than south.  Highs will run 65-75 northeast to southwest Tuesday (72 Greater Lafayette).  This, after lows 42-47 early.

It will be windy from the southeast to south, too, with winds 20-30 mph.

Isolated to few scattered showers/t'showers are possible Wednesday morning to around midday time.

After that, skies should clear.

South-southwest winds of 20-30 mph are likely with highs 71-76 (Greater Lafayette) after lows 53-57.

Lows will run only 59-63 Wednesday night with gusty south-southwest winds.

The leftovers of the Plains severe weather should pass Thursday morning-midday.

Note the bow of storms & lots of heavy rain moving northeastward into & toward area.  Some severe weather is possible in the morning.  The main threat is wind.  Heavy rainfall is possible.

Looks like this may be the main event of the day as we completely overturn the atmosphere & stablize things with continued periodic rain & a few elevated t'storms Thursday afternoon.

We will still monitor.

Breezy to windy, cool, rainy weather is likely Friday to Saturday morning.

Highs will run in the 40s & 50s with lows in the 40s.  Highs Saturday will run in the 50s.  Clearing is possible PM.

Easter Sunday looks great with sun, south-southwest wind 15-25 mph with lots of sunshine.  Highs of 63-71 are likely from far east to far west (70 at Greater Lafayette).

77-81 is likely Monday, followed by showers & t'storms Monday night.  Right now, with the data in front of me, severe risk is there eastern Iowa to central Illinois to Oklahoma, Misouri & Arkansas.  SLIGHT RISK-type parameters are there.

Here, parameters taper off to more MARGINAL RISK when the showers & t'storms move through.

So, a flare of storms to the west may weaken some as they move eastward Monday night.

Tuesday looks dry right now with highs in the 70s.

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