Highs today ran 46-54 with a slow, but sure clearing trend.
Clouds will increase & thicken tonight after some patchy light fog & lows 30-35. Lows should rise to 33-37 late with light east wind.
Rain likely. Brief isolated to spotty sleet is possible in the far northwest at the onset. Isolated thunder is possible. East to southeast wind 10-20 mph. Highs 41-52 by 7 p.m. north to south (50 Greater Lafayette).
Rain tapering in the evening then areas of fog with some light drizzle. Lows 40-46 (45 Greater Lafayette), then temperatures rising to 48-60 (55 Greater Lafayette) by 8 a.m. Thursday morning. Wind decreasing to 5-8 mph & turning to east. Wind shifting back to southeast & south-southeast at 5-10 mph late.
Round of rain & some storms with risk of an isolated severe storm (hail) midday to late afternoon, then break with potential of a few breaks in the clouds. Becoming windy. Wind turning to south & increasing to 25-35 mph. Highs 65-70 late.
Rainfall tapering, then rainfall & t'storms likely. A few severe storms possible (wind, couple brief tornadoes possible). Temperatures 61-65. Windy. South-southwest wind 20-40 mph.
Looks like a couple of line of storms with some discrete cells with some supercell tendencies.
Any severe risk in the night would be in the 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. period, so have a way to get weather information in the night if a warning is issued. This would be through a NOAA weather radio or your phone.
Cross-section of troposphere (skew-T) shows buoyancy, speed & directional shear for some severe. Parameters do support SLIGHT RISK in our area. Parameters support ENHANCED RISK southwest of our region. We will wait & see the new SPC Convective Outlook when it comes out later tonight.
Early rainfall/t'storms, then sunshine, then increasing clouds with broken line of gusty, low-topped showers & t'showers. Then, scattered rain/snow to snow.
Windy to very windy. Southwest winds becoming west then northwest at 25-50 mph. Isolated gusts +50 mph possible. Wind decreasing to 25-40 mph by evening.
Highs 65-70 early, then falling rapidly to 35-42 by afternoon & 32-36 by early evening. Wind chills 18-25 by evening.
Wednesday-Friday rainfall of 1-3" likely.
Some +4" amounts are possible just south of our area. We will monitor to make sure some of those amounts do not occur farther northward.
A few flurries & snow showers. Some clearing late. Windy. Lows 24-28. North wind 15-30 mph. Wind chills 10-17.
Minor to moderate river flooding will ensue for several days weekend to next week.
A few early flurries. Partly to mostly cloudy, then mostly sunny. Rather breezy. Highs 35-40. Northeast wind 10-15 mph. Wind chills 25-32.
Mostly clear, then partly cloudy. Lows 22-26. Northeast wind 5-10 mph.
Partly to mostly cloudy. Rather breezy. Highs 40-45. East wind 10-15 mph.
Mostly cloudy to cloudy with a few snow & sleet showers possible. Lows 28-32, then rising to 32-34. East-northeast wind 5 mph.
Partly to mostly cloudy, then cloudy with rain possible late. Highs 43-48. East wind 5-15 mph.
Cloudy. Rain possible. Lows 38-42. East wind 5-15 mph.
Cloudy. Rain likely. Highs 42-46. Becoming windy. East to east-northeast wind 15-30 mph.
Cloudy. Rain tapering. Patchy fog. Lows 38-43. East wind 5-12 mph.
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