Wayne's Overnight Forecast - June 3, 2014

Scattered storms will arrive around daybreak followed by more storms Wednesday afternoon along with a slight risk for severe weather across all of the Tri-State.

OVERNIGHT:  Clouds Increasing & Warm with Scattered Showers & Storms Moving in from the Northwest towards Daybreak (Possibly Severe Mainly Northwest of Evansville).  Low Around 70.  Sunrise 5:28

WEDNESDAY:  Scattered Showers & Storms (Possibly Severe Early Mainly North of I-64) Giving Way to Some Sun, then More Storms Redeveloping After Noon (Some Severe Storms Likely).  Windy & Very Humid with a High in the Mid 80s.  Winds S/SW 15-25

WED NIGHT:  Variable Clouds with Scattered Showers & Storms (Possibly Severe Early) Diminishing.  A Mild Low of 65-70.

THURSDAY:  Mix of Sun & Clouds.  Cooler & Less Humid with a High Near 80.  Winds NNE 5-15

Chief Meteorologist Wayne Hart
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