Strong to severe storms look to develop this evening near the Ohio River. This will occur as a strong upper level system and it's associated surface low drag a potent cold front southeast through the Midwest. Clusters, and perhaps a line, of strong to severe storms will work their way through portions of southeast Indiana and central Kentucky. The main threats with these storms will be locally heavy rain. Gusty winds and small hail will also be possible.
The images below are from the Storm Prediction Center and show the Slight Risk area as well as probabilities for severe weather.
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Click on the smaller images for tornado, wind, and hail probabilities to see a larger image.