Well, we can actually say that the weather cooperated with outdoor activities over the weekend. Mother Nature will be having none of that business Monday, we'll have Tuesday to dry out, and then Wednesday we can expect more storms.

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Severe Storm Alert Days

According to basically every weather source, we will be getting plenty of rain, thunder, maybe some hail, and severe weather Monday, April 11, 2022, and Wednesday, April 13, 2022. Chief Meteorologist with WEHT/WTVW says that Severe Storm Alert days are posted when the Tri-State could see severe storms.

Strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible Monday afternoon and evening, with the potential for large hail, damaging winds, and possibly a brief tornado. Heavy rain can result in localized flooding issues Monday.

Some areas will see flooding this week.

Photo by Luke Southern on Unsplash
Photo by Luke Southern on Unsplash
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MARGINAL (level 1 of 5) risk for severe storms late MON afternoon/evening & late TUE night with a SLIGHT-ENHANCED (levels 2-3 of 5) risk WED afternoon/evening across #tristatewx with the highest threat each day WSW of Evansville.

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Charge Your Devices

I always worry about losing power during storms. Well, that and worrying about the many old trees around my house falling down. So, this is a good time to remember to keep your devices charged. If you have a weather radio, make sure the batteries are still working. You can also download our app for the latest weather and local information.

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