We begin this morning with scattered thunderstorms moving from north to south in Indiana. Those storms dropped over two inches of rain in some spots, prompting flood warnings for several central Indiana counties. As of 2:30 pm, those warnings had expired.
The cold front moves south of us late today and that will mean a much better day ahead tomorrow, as far as humidity is concerned.
Thursday looks like a fine day with sunshine and highs in the mid-70s. Our coolest temperatures happen Thursday night into Friday morning when many drop into the 50s. Friday will be warmer as highs near 80.
We could have a rather active weekend with a stalled front over Indy this weekend. It could bring a chance for storms for the running of the Brickyard.