We are continuing to monitor the potential for some severe weather later this evening into the overnight time frame. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has placed the majority of the tri-state under a SLIGHT RISK for severe weather with an ENHANCED RISK just to our east. The 4k NAM starts to show development just south of I-64 around 7PM CDT and pushing south into the Evansville metro a little after 8PM CDT. The HRRR is showing sct’d cells developing north of I-64 around 4PM CDT then dissipating as they push toward EVV. The last time frame we can see with the HRRR is 09z run, which only lets us see until 7PM. To put every thing into view, a few sct’d showers mid afternoon along and north of I-64 then another cluster of sct’d t-showers will develop around 7PM CDT and push south into EVV around 8:00-8:30PM. We will continue to watch the latest rapid refresh models for changes and we will have a full video update on the situation later this morning.
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