Scattered morning storms; Tracking severe weather

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Severe risk peaks late Thursday into Friday morning.

2.06 inches of rain fell on Tuesday here in in Indianapolis and through 5am on Wednesday morning we’ve seen 2.67 inches of rain.  Rain chances will continue through the day today with the best chance for rain first thing this morning for Indianapolis.  An isolated storm will be possible during the afternoon today but most will be dry throughout the afternoon.

As we get into tomorrow the day should be dry and warmer with a high of 81 degrees.  While there is a chance for severe weather according to the Storm Prediction Center it will mainly be late Thursday into Friday morning.  Strong winds and large hail be the main two threats.  Additional rain totals through 6a on Friday morning are expected to exceed one inch.

Behind the passage of the cold front on Friday will be a return of late fall like weather.  Highs will go from the 80s on Thursday to 50s through the afternoon on Friday.  Saturday morning temps will fall to near freezing with a Saturday high of 56.  Sunday highs will be near 60 degrees with warmer weather and perhaps an isolated chance of rain setting up on Monday and Tuesday.