Storms are in play later today, with an enhanced risk for severe weather. This will be one of those days you will want to check back with us frequently, and we will keep you updated.
There will be one more warm day today with a high of 73. Our warm streak is establishing records, including the most 60 and 65 degree days before March, and the most 60 degree days in a row in February.
But the change from Friday into Saturday brings the risk for severe storms, gusty winds and a 40 degree temperature drop with snow showers tomorrow.
The timeline for the severe threat is from 3 p.m. until 11 p.m. Friday. Damaging winds will be the biggest threat, but we can't rule out hail and tornadoes. We will track all storm development closely.
Winds may gust over 40 mph even after the storms move out of central Indiana.
Saturday will be windy and much colder with temperatures falling from the lower 70s on Friday afternoon into the lower 30s by Saturday morning. There will be some snow showers on Saturday too.
We will end the weekend with highs near 40 degrees on Sunday.
The overall weather pattern remains active into early next week, with more rain chances.