Storms this evening may become severe and mark the beginning of a three day stretch of severe weather potential in Central Indiana.
Areas at greatest risk of severe storms with primarily large hail will be along and especially south of I-70... though cities closer to the Ohio River have a chance of a few tornado warnings too being closer to a warm front.
But all of Central Indiana is under a risk of severe storms this evening and at minimum expect heavy rain, frequent lightning, storms with hail to increase between now and 8pm.
We're advising you to remain Weather Aware all weekend with waves of heavy storms to impact the entire viewing area from this evening into early Monday morning. There's an enhanced risk of Flash Flooding with most of the state receiving 2" to locally 5"+ rainfall... some of which could occur in a short time.
However it doesn't mean Saturday or Sunday will be entire washouts. But you'll need to monitor Live Doppler 13 Radar and our updated forecasts for the best chance of dry windows.
After climbing into the 80s Sunday, the weather pattern shifts to much colder than normal set up much of next week - Sean Ash