Another day under the influence of a cold-core upper low which is now centered around Louisville, KY. Thus far today the main axis of rain/storm coverage is arcing around Central Indiana within the counter-clockwise circulation of the low.
With daytime heating, albeit modest in the mid-60s, and destabilization...we're expecting quick-moving showers and storms to increase overhead heading into the afternoon. Small hail, downpours, and cold air funnels remain on the table today into Saturday afternoon.
There are some indications coverage of rain/storms becomes more widespread Friday as better lift moves across Central Indiana. Either way we'll be in and out of rain the next 60+ hours.
You'll need to keep tabs on radar if you're attending Operation Football Friday games, college football or the Red Bull Air Race Saturday. We're still expecting only slight chances of rain Sunday as the upper low moves away from Indiana.
Brighter and warmer days still on target next week when highs make a run at 80 degrees before the next front arrives Thursday. Have a nice afternoon - Sean Ash