A few storms overnight (mainly south and east of Indianapolis) are now moving into Ohio. The morning rush hour should stay dry, under a mix of clouds and mild temperatures in the lower 70s.
Daytime heating and a stalled front nearby could trigger additional pockets of rain and storms. Expect these storms to be scattered with large spaces of dry time in between while highs reach a seasonal 86°. Severe risk is low (marginal) again today, with lightning and some wind gusts in the taller-structured storms.
This pattern will remain unsettled through Thursday night before hotter weather builds and storms become even more limited on Friday and for the weekend. With a stronger ridge building, 90° looks likely for both Saturday and Sunday, along with a spotty, more tropical-like storm in the mix.