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Scraping the 70s

There will be a Statewide Tornado Drill tomorrow morning. Do not be afraid if the tornado sirens sound, it is just a drill.

Tonight: Very clear skies throughout the night in east central Indiana. Lows stick just below the average high for this time of year, in the low 40s. Gusty conditions persist with the highest gusts expected after midnight.

Tomorrow: Much like today, temperatures gradually increase under clear skies, where we could see highs scraping the seventies. Southerly winds through the day, gusting up to 30 mph.

7-Day: We continue the warm trend into the middle of the week before widespread showers sweep Indiana. Could see some rumbles of thunder with more intense pockets of showers during the day on Thursday. Temperature do drop to around average for the month over the weekend for your St. Patrick's Day.

-- Weather Forecaster Oliver Moster

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