The National Weather Service Northern Indiana weather forecast office issued the infographic above at about 5:40 p.m. EDT. For those who have visual impairments, here’s what it indicates:
The threat for tornadoes is relatively low. The threat for damaging winds of greater than or equal to 58 mph is extremely high. The threat for extreme damaging winds of greater than or equal to 74 mph is fairly high. the threat for hail grater than or equal to one inch in diameter is fairly high. The threat for flash flooding is very high.
Tomorrow morning, we should see a round of showers and thunderstorms with a low threat of severe weather.
Tomorrow afternoon, isolated thunderstorms (possibly supercells) are expected to form, brining large hail, damaging winds and an isolated tornado. Storm coverage will increase by late afternoon.
Tomorrow evening into overnight, a line of storms with the risk of extreme damaging winds and an isolated tornado will move across the area.