Clouds hanging tough again to day in Central Indiana but there remains a chance of some late day peeks of sunshine. If it happens you'll want to enjoy as yet another rain-maker is set to invade the region in about 24 hours.
Temperatures creep into the lower 40s this afternoon with patchy drizzle around. Partial clearing this evening quickly gives way to low cloud overcast and areas of fog tonight.
Though patchy drizzle is possible Thursday morning, the bulk of the steadier/heavier rain doesn't arrive until late day. Expect late day highs nearing 50 degrees Thursday evening with a rain becoming widespread between 3pm and 6pm. Rumbles of thunder and locally heavy rain rates are likely Thursday night... with many locations nearing one inch rainfall amounts by Friday morning.
Widespread rain departs by late morning Friday, but low clouds/fog/drizzle linger into the afternoon with highs in the 50s. We're still targeting an unseasonably mild weekend of highs near 60 degrees. This despite a good deal of cloud cover and increase in scattered showers Sunday.
Wind-whipped showers cover Central Indiana in response to a strong storm system in the eastern U.S. Warmer than average continues until later next week when seasonably cold air returns - Sean Ash