We're looking at the possibility of rough weather tonight as the National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for Owensboro and the tri-state.

Here are the lists of Kentucky and Indiana counties covered under the watch:

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE FOR WS 332
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
305 PM CDT WED JUN 5 2019

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH 332 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1000 PM CDT
FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS

KYC027-029-059-085-091-093-101-103-111-123-149-163-179-183-185-
211-215-223-225-233-060300-
/O.NEW.KWNS.SV.A.0332.190605T2005Z-190606T0300Z/

KY
.    KENTUCKY COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE

BRECKINRIDGE         BULLITT             DAVIESS
GRAYSON              HANCOCK             HARDIN
HENDERSON            HENRY               JEFFERSON
LARUE                MCLEAN              MEADE
NELSON               OHIO                OLDHAM
SHELBY               SPENCER             TRIMBLE
UNION                WEBSTER

INDIANA COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE

CLARK                CRAWFORD            DUBOIS
FLOYD                GIBSON              HARRISON
JEFFERSON            ORANGE              PERRY
PIKE                 POSEY               SCOTT
SPENCER              VANDERBURGH         WARRICK
WASHINGTON

And here's what the NWS Storm Prediction Center is saying about our slight to enhanced risk for severe weather tonight:

 The greatest potential for severe thunderstorms with damaging winds
   and large hail this afternoon and evening remains across parts of
   the Ohio and middle Mississippi Valleys. Other more isolated severe
   storms may occur across parts of the Mid Atlantic into the
   Carolinas, and across parts of west Texas.

   ...20Z Update...
   A small cluster of storms across central IN should continue
   south-southeastward this afternoon and evening. MLCAPE around
   1500-2000 J/kg and 30-35 kt of effective bulk shear will likely
   support continued organization of these storms as they move into
   southern IN and perhaps north-central KY and far southwestern OH
   later this afternoon and early evening. The Enhanced risk has been
   expanded slightly eastward to account for the damaging wind threat
   with this convection.

We will be keeping you informed.