STATEWIDE–Scattered showers and thunderstorms will move through most of Indiana Wednesday and Thursday.
“For (Wednesday) afternoon, there is a marginal risk for severe storms in central and southern Indiana. That’s the lowest on the scale. It is 1 out of 5. But most of the state will see rain in some capacity Wednesday and Thursday,” said WISH-TV meteorologist Marcus Bailey.
Bailey believes the threat of a tornado is low.
“I think if any storm reaches the severe limit, the biggest threat will be winds, heavy rain, or hail. We don’t anticipate that being widespread,” said Bailey.
Bailey believes the rain threat should be done by late Thursday.
“Then it really turns beautiful. Humidity gets much lower and temperatures will get a little more comfortable. Highs will be in the 70s for Thursday and Friday afternoon for most places,” said Bailey.
After that, there isn’t a chance of rain for most places in Indiana until Monday.
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