The Storm Prediction Center is not going to issue a weather watch for the Lafaeytte area tonight. It looks like the most unstable air will remain just south of Interstate 70, but I still think we will have a gusty storm or two to track tonight at 11 p.m. I will see you then and have the latest on Live Doppler 18. Right now our main threats will continue to be gusty winds of 40 to 50 mph and quarter-size hail. Even though we will slowly lose our daytime heating we do have an upper-disturbance that will swing through the area allowing the second line of storms to hold together and move through our area. Yes, we could still have an isolated strong storm which could hoist a brief thunderstorm warning. Things should quickly settle down after midnight. If anything changes or goes severe I will let you know. Later this week it still looks much more interesting for strong storms and flooding. The good news is the Wabash is below flood stage and that should help us out this time around.