Active weather for the first half of the week with two rounds of showers and some strong to severe storms ahead.
We start this Monday morning with patchy dense fog. These areas of poor visibility will improve shortly after sunrise as a warm front approaches the state today enhancing our temperatures by this afternoon.
Daytime highs will reach the mid to upper 60’s with increasing clouds. Round one of showers and storms will begin tonight and continues into early tomorrow with isolated strong storms possible, especially to counties north of Tippecanoe. The best chance for any strong to severe storms will likely be between 11 PM and 6 AM.
The Storm Prediction Center has issued a "marginal risk" for severe weather with the main threats being heavy rain, damaging straight line winds and the potential for hail up to 1 inch in diameter in any stronger storms that develop.
For More Information: http://www.wlfi.com/weather/weather-blog-18/
Late night thunderstorms
Morning showers and thunderstorms
Mix of sun and clouds
Windy with a mix of sun and clouds
|10 PM||62°||Cloudy||0%||75%||S at 4 mph|
|11 PM||61°||M Cloudy||0%||79%||S at 5 mph|
|12 AM||61°||M Cloudy||20%||78%||SSW at 7 mph|
|1 AM||61°||M Cloudy||20%||79%||SSW at 8 mph|
|2 AM||61°||Sct T-Storms||40%||78%||SSW at 9 mph|
|3 AM||61°||Sct T-Storms||50%||79%||SSW at 8 mph|
|4 AM||61°||Sct T-Storms||50%||80%||SSW at 9 mph|
|5 AM||60°||T-Storms||60%||81%||SSW at 8 mph|
|6 AM||60°||Sct T-Storms||60%||82%||SW at 8 mph|
|7 AM||60°||Sct T-Storms||40%||84%||SW at 7 mph|
|8 AM||60°||Iso T-Storms||30%||86%||SW at 7 mph|
|9 AM||62°||M Cloudy||20%||85%||SW at 8 mph|
|10 AM||64°||M Cloudy||20%||84%||SW at 9 mph|