Severe risk moves south

1630Z Day 1 Convective Outlook map

Northern Indiana is no longer at risk of severe weather today.

At 2:26 p.m., the northern Indiana National Weather Service (NWS) office tweeted the following:

“Good News! Morning rain/clouds has significantly reduced svr wx risk for today Showers & thunderstorms thru evening should remain sub-severe.”

The office issued an updated Hazardous Weather Outlook at12:50 p.m. EDT that indicates SKYWARN storm spotter activation is no longer anticipated today. The office still wants to receive reports of significant flooding.

The NWS Storm Prediction Center issued an updated Day 1 Convective Outlook at 12:26 p.m. EDT. As you can see on the map above, the southern two thirds of Indiana remained at slight risk but Blackford and Jay Counties were the only counties in IMO SKYWARN quadrant two that were still in the slight risk area.

Although the risk of severe storms in the Fort Wayne area has disappeared, the risk heavy rain and flash flood remains, so stay tuned to your favorite source up weather alerts for any warnings that might come out!