Isolated severe storms possible Wednesday afternoon and night

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. --Good Wednesday afternoon! We're tracking thunderstorms on the radar at the 2 p.m. hour and we'll continue to have storms move in from the west and south this evening. Any storm that develops may produce damaging wind gusts or large hail, especially near and south of I-70.



Expect showers and thunderstorms tonight with temperatures falling into the mid-50s into Thursday morning. Winds will be light overnight but pick up by Thursday morning. Thursday will be a raw day with highs only in the mid-to-upper 50s, breezy north winds and rain. Plan on having an umbrella and coat through the day. Rainfall amounts from now into late Thursday will range from 1 to 2 inches area wide with isolated higher totals in t-storms.



As the cold front and low-pressure system depart the area early Friday, there will be some lingering showers, especially across northern Indiana in the morning. Temperatures will be in the mid-50s Friday. The coldest air of the season is expected into the weekend as lows bottom out in the upper 30s by Saturday morning. A warming trend is expected next week. --Danielle Dozier


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