It won't be a sunny Thursday, but it sure will be a warm day for this time of the year. With cloud cover and a chance for an afternoon shower, we're looking for a high of 69 this afternoon. At 9 days 60 or above, today sets a record for most 60 degree days in February in Indiana.
Strong winds in excess of 45 mph and the threat for severe storms are in the forecast for Friday afternoon and evening. The biggest weather threat is high winds and lightning.
Much colder air arrives as the storms move out of central Indiana late Friday night. Look for highs only in the 30s with a few snow showers. A few flurries are possible on Sunday, too, with highs near 40 degrees.
The overall weather pattern remains active through early next week, with a chance for rain and snow early Monday.
There will be a round of rain and storms possible later Tuesday into Wednesday, as well.