We've got more last burst of storms and heavy rain between now and 6am Monday morning. Central Indiana remains under a Flash Flood Watch with an additional 1-2" locally possible before storms end.
Scattered storms move into the state by 11pm and pose a low chance of producing damaging wind and/or a tornado. I'll be in the weather center monitoring the radar overnight. A cold front arriving after midnight likely triggers a line heavy rain with embedded storms that could also produce severe wind gusts.
Adding to that will be non-thunderstorm wind gusts over 40mph due to the approaching low pressure system. This persistently strong wind field may be enough to knock over some trees due to the wet ground.
Windy conditions hang around much of Monday with gusts exceeding 40mph at times. Cloud cover hangs tough too with scattered showers whipping through the state on the backside of a departing storm system.
Another period of wet and windy conditions arrives Wednesday evening into Thursday. This delivers much cooler than normal conditions at least Thursday. Current thinking is that this system departs just in time before next weekend.
The early call for Indy Mini-Marathon morning is a clear sky and temperatures in the 40s. Check back for updates - Sean Ash