Slight risk of severe weather today in southern Indiana

Map showing slight risk area from convective outlook

There’s a slight risk of severe weather this afternoon in the southern half of Indiana, according to a convective outlook from the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center. Conditions support the development of supercell thunderstorms that could bring large hail and high winds to the area. The risk of tornadoes is very low. At 2:04 p.m. EDT, the SPC announced in a mesoscale discussion that a watch is possible in part of southwestern Indiana.