The best potential of a severe gust or two is exiting Montgomery County & is moving out of our area into Boone County.
The risk is up a bit longer in far southern Clinton County near the Boone County line.
Otherwise, weakening bow will continue to progress east & southeastward.
Severe T'Storm Warning is up for southern Clinton & eastern Montgomery counties.
Peak gusts from several properly-sited weather stations on farms & in northern & central Montgomery County have run around 30 mph.
Bow continues to progress eastward in our area. The well-formed comma head is occurring with development of MCV.
The risk is still there for a couple of severe gusts embedded in the bow, mainly south of Lafayette. That is where there is more instability & it is deeper & more surfaced-based with less inhibition.
Highest gusts measured (so far) have been 40 mph at Attica & 34 mph at Kentland.
Severe T'Storm Warning continues for southern Tippecanoe & Montgomery counties.
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