National Weather Service warns of high risk of severe storms, flooding

The National Weather Service in Indianapolis is warning that we will likely see storms, damaging winds, and flooding across the state early this week.

Meteorologist Joe Skowronek with the National Weather Service told Network Indiana that most of the state will have highs in the 80s and 90s, along with isolated storms across Indiana.

There will be the chance for heavy rain and strong winds, but not much of a chance of hail, he said.

The biggest danger early in the week will be flooding, he said.