Tomorrow’s slight risk area shrinks

Convective outlook map

The western half of Allen County, Indiana is no longer in an area of slight risk for severe weather between 8 a.m. EDT tomorrow and 8 a.m. EDT Monday, according to the updated Day 2 Convective Outlook the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center issued at 1:40 p.m. EDT today. Under the updated outlook, the following Indiana counties in IMO SKYWARN quadrant two have a slight risk of severe weather tomorrow: eastern Allen, eastern Wells, Adams, eastern Blackford and Jay. All of the quadrant’s Ohio counties remain in the slight risk area.

Isolated damaging winds are possible in the slight risk area, especially during the afternoon and early evening. Forecasters also say they cannot rule out the risk of a tornado.

We will know much more about tomorrow’s severe weather risk when the SPC issues its first Day 1 Convective Outlook early tomorrow morning.