Wayne's Overnight Forecast - February 18, 2014

We're in the midst of our nicest stretch of weather since mid-January, but storms and the threat for severe weather return Thursday afternoon.

OVERNIGHT:  Variable Clouds & Not too Cold with Scattered Showers/Few Storms South & East of Evansville.  Low 35-40.  Sunrise 6:35

WEDNESDAY:  Partly Cloudy.  High 50-55.  Winds N 5-15

WED NIGHT:  Clouds Increasing with Scattered Showers & T’Showers (More Numerous Northwest of Evansville) After Midnight.  A Mild Low in the Mid 40s.

THURSDAY:  Mostly Cloudy with a Few Scattered Showers & T’Showers in the Morning, then Showers & Storms Moving in from the West Later in the Afternoon (Possibly Severe).  Strong Winds & Much Warmer with a High in the Mid 60s.  Winds SE/SW 20-40.

Chief Meteorologist Wayne Hart
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