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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. --Good Sunday afternoon! I'm tracking a few showers on radar this afternoon. The better lift is south of Indianapolis, closest to the low-pressure system. We'll keep a chance of rain in through the overnight and perhaps a rumble of thunder, especially near and south of Indianapolis.

Temperatures today reached the low 70s. The high temperature so far today has been 72 degrees, near the record-low maximum temperature of 71 degrees from 1990.  Lows tonight will be in the low 60s.

Highs on Monday will reach the mid-70s with a mostly cloudy sky and a chance for some showers or t-storms, especially early. We'll dry things out as high pressure builds in through the week. Temperatures will warm back to the 80s. Our next chance of rain will be this weekend. --Danielle Dozier