Mother Nature just can't seem to decide what season she wants it to be in the Tri-State. While it's officially been Spring for roughly two weeks, (by the calendar's standard anyway) we've seen more chilly temperatures, and even snow, then we have Spring weather. However, that changes on Tuesday with temps in the upper 60s to low 70s across the area, but since we apparently can't have nice things, it's bringing with it a good chance for severe weather.

According to a tweet early Monday morning from the National Weather Service in Paducah, all of southwestern Indiana, western Kentucky, and most of southern Illinois have been placed under an "Enhanced" risk for severe weather.

As you can see in the graphic above, part of the far western edge of the Tri-State falls under the "Slight" risk for severe weather. Here's the difference between Slight and Enhanced, along with other categories, according to the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center:

(National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center)

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