This is going to be a special update. I’m only going to discuss ongoing events west of us that have caught my attention; the remainder of this morning’s forecast is unchanged.
A mesoscale convective system has moved across much of Illinois, and parts of it are now in Indiana and are close enough that they may impact those of you west of metro Cincy.
This is radar at 4:32 from Indianapolis:
At this time, the area I have circled looks to be weakening, thus the (very rough) question mark in the image. That said, I now have to put a chance, 30 percent at most, of a few showers in for our southeast Indiana counties and the counties of Carroll, Gallatin and Owen in NKY as well over the next six hours. I don’t expect it will all get here, but you may see some rain.