Today looks to be the warmest day of 2021! Highs of 71-77.
Wabash should crest at Lafayette Monday morning 3-4' above flood stage. At Covington, it should crest about 3' above flood stage early Sunday afternoon.
MARGINAL RISK of severe weather up area-wide, except for Kentland to Montmorenci to Crawfordsville, which is up to SLIGHT RISK.
Threats are wind & hail.
Line of storms should fire in Illinois to Missouri around 6 p.m. & move eastward.
They should pass through the viewing area in the 8 p.m.-11:30 p.m. time frame.
A couple to few severe storms are possible with that wind & hail risk.
Sunday looks much cooler with highs only 47-54 with mostly cloudy to cloudy skies & strong northwest winds to 35 mph.
Some scattered rain & rain/graupal showers are possible, especially in the PM.
After 31-36 Sunday night-Monday AM, Monday looks much warmer with highs 61-68 with south-southwest wind to 31 mph.
After 41-48 Monday night, highs should surge to 67-72 Tuesday with southerly winds to 40 mph.
After showers & storms Tuesday night-Wednesday AM, it should turn much colder with falling temperatures Wednesday to the 50s, then 46-52 Thursday with lows 25-29 Thursday night.
Friday looks much warmer with highs 56-62 & then next Saturday 67-73 with southwest winds to 40 mph.
Next Sunday looks warm & windy with southwest winds to 37 mph & highs 70-75.
70s are likely Monday, April 5.
Showers & some storms are likely Tuesday night after 70s on Tuesday.