(UNDATED) - After experiencing three tornadoes on Sunday, Hoosiers are leery of severe weather, but more is on the way today.
National Weather Service Meteorologist Jason Puma says a cold front will move in that could produce severe weather beginning during the afternoon hours.
Puma feels this round of weather will likely only produce strong straight line winds with thunderstorms, but he says they can't rule out a tornado this time of year.
Puma says the record or near record highs forecasted for today will also help in producing the severe weather threat.
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