(UNDATED) – Much of the state is under a slight risk for severe weather tonight.
The National Weather Service says a slight risk means scattered powerful thunderstorms are expected.
Officials say while storms may be short-lived, they can be intense.
Most of the storms will likely happen during the evening and overnight hours with the best chances probably between 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. Wednesday.
The only part of Indiana not under a slight risk is the far southwest tip of the state. The risk of strong storms is only marginal there.