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A tornado watch has been issued for the Wabash Valley counties in Indiana.

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A tornado watch has been issued for the Wabash Valley counties in Indiana.

It covers Clay, Daviess, Greene, Knox, Martin, Monroe, Owen, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Vermillion, and Vigo counties and lasts through 10 p.m. EDT Wednesday.

Thunderstorms are likely to develop this afternoon, according to Storm Team 10.

Because certain storms have the potential to spin as they form, keep an eye out for any warnings.

A list of active alerts can be found here, and a map can be seen here.

With larger storms, large hail and destructive wind gusts are also likely.

Our meteorologists will keep you up to current on the air and on social media as needed.

Although we have a good start to the day thanks to high pressure, we are tracking a storm system that will bring scattered showers and storms to the Ohio Valley later this afternoon and tonight. Some of the storms have the potential to be severe. Heavy rain, high gusts, and an isolated tornado are the most serious risks from the severe weather.

TODAY: Partly sunny with high humidity. Showers and storms throughout the late afternoon. Highs in the 80s

TONIGHT: Showers and storms throughout the evening. Clouds with a lot of movement. Low of 57

THURSDAY: Cloudy with some sun. Cooler. High of 75°F

Temperatures will remain in the 70s till Saturday. On Sunday, a warming trend begins, with temperatures rising to approximately 90 degrees by Tuesday. Showers are possible on Friday.

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