Indiana risk for severe weather tomorrow expands

Day 2 convective outlook map

The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has expanded the area of Indiana that is at slight risk of receiving severe weather tomorrow. Previously, the SPC’s Day 2 Convective Outlook placed the northern third of Indiana at slight risk between 8 a.m. EDT tomorrow (Tuesday, June 25) and 8 a.m. EDT Wednesday (June 26). At  1:27 p.m. EDT, the SPC issued an updated outlook that indicates a slight risk for the northern half of Indiana, including all 37 Indiana, Michigan and Ohio Counties covered by the northern Indiana NWS weather forecast office.

Our next look at the risk for northern Indiana should come at about 2 a.m. tomorrow morning, when SPC issues the first Day 1 Convective Outlook of the day.