Indiana Weather Update: Marginal Risk for Severe Easter Storms South of US 30

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Indianapolis, IN – Easter Sunday travelers and celebrants along the US 30 corridor in Indiana are advised of potential weather disruptions. 

According to the National Weather Service, areas south of US 30 face a marginal risk for severe weather, including strong to severe storms and hail threats in the afternoon and evening. The morning may see patchy fog, but conditions are predicted to remain predominantly dry. 

Those with outdoor plans should monitor weather updates and prepare for the possibility of rain and storms continuing into Monday.

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