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Evansville, IN – Storms are moving through Kentucky into Indiana, threatening severe weather conditions

Evansville, IN – Storms are moving through Kentucky into Indiana, threatening severe weather conditions

Evansville, IN – Storms are moving through Kentucky into Indiana, threatening severe weather conditions

This morning, a broken line of storms is moving eastward across the Quad State area, while training storms are entering the Jackson Purchase region from northwest Tennessee. These storms could bring strong and severe weather and isolated flooding throughout the morning.

According to the U.S. National Weather Service in Paducah, Kentucky, potential hazards include damaging winds, heavy rain and frequent lightning. The service recommends monitoring local weather updates for the latest watches and alerts.

The current temperature in Evansville is 73°F, with cloudy skies. The forecast calls for partly cloudy conditions from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., followed by mostly sunny skies by 5 p.m. Temperatures are expected to reach a high of 87°F and a low of 71°F today.

Looking ahead, the weather in Evansville will be mixed. Saturday and Sunday will see clear skies with highs of 85°F and 88°F, respectively. Monday will be noticeably warmer with a high of 92°F. Tuesday will see temperatures drop slightly to 86°F under partly cloudy skies, and Wednesday could see showers with a high of 83°F.