We're looking at another warm day in Indiana. Even though most of the state remains dry today, we're looking at a chance for thunderstorms, mainly south of Interstate 70. Many counties, especially north of Indianapolis, may remain totally dry today.
The high temperatures today, Wednesday and Thursday will remain a couple of degrees above average, but also with a daily chance of thunderstorms. That's important to note since so many children are headed back to school in Indiana.
A reminder, the Colts go back to practice at Anderson University tomorrow and it will be warm with a slight chance of a thunderstorm.
Heading into the weekend, rain will definitely return with some computer guidance suggesting we can get more than an inch of rain during that period.
ON THIS DAY IN INDIANA WEATHER HISTORY - 1979: Heavy rains caused flash flooding at Princeton in Knox County. Water was 6 feet deep at some locations. - Chuck Lofton