We'll have a risk for severe storms tonight between 10 p.m. - 1 a.m.
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That chance for showers and storms will continue Wednesday as well.
Strong storms will reach Indianapolis by 1am. The main threat with Thursday's storms will be large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes.
Severe storms will likely sweep across the Kansas City area Wednesday evening, bringing the possibility of large hail, damaging winds and heavy rains.
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A stormy weather pattern kicks in next week resulting in a risk of severe weather almost every day.
If the skies cloud up, the atmosphere won't be as unstable and the severe threat will be limited, he said. High winds and flooding are also possible. The round of potentially severe weather won't even start-up until the late evening hours. It looks like we get the Indianapolis Indians game in before the rain moves in.
Before we get to tomorrow, be aware that the weather is looking great again for your Tuesday, with highs in the mid-80s. Though the severe threat will be more limited to the north, thunderstorms with locally heavy downpours will be possible, along with widespread rainfall totals over 2 inches.
Some storms could linger and redevelop over the same region producing flash flooding.
A dryline, which is a common mechanism responsible for initiating severe storms, is setting up over West Texas.