If you are headed out this evening, you will want to make sure to take a light jacket or sweater with you. Temperatures will me seasonably mild, but the wind will be brisk.
If you have to drop the kids or younger siblings off at the bus stop, be prepared to see gloomy skies, and that is going to be the theme throughout the day, even when you get them off the bus. However, temperatures will be near record high, around 65 degrees. Rain will begin to work its way in on the drive home, but will remain scattered throughout Thursday.
Temperatures will drop down to around 54 degrees, with the rain chance becoming more widespread, but tapering off until the morning.
Friday there is an enhanced risk for severe weather. The main threat as of right now is damaging winds, but we cannot rule out the possibility of hail and an isolated tornado. The storms will hang around until late evening and begin to taper off around midnight on Saturday. A little peak at where we are supposed to be at this time of year weather wise will return this weekend. Temperatures are going to drop to near normal, and we will even see some snow showers. After that, temperatures will begin to climb again, but we will remain relatively wet throughout the early work week.
--- NewsLink Indiana Weather Forecaster Caleb Saylor
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