INDIANAPOLIS — The next storm system arrives in Indiana Saturday night into Sunday. With the warm air in place, there will be some instability in the atmosphere.
Showers and storms will be likely south of Interstate 70, mainly in south central Indiana.
The time frame for the rain looks to be from Saturday night into early Sunday morning.
A few isolated storms could ramp up to severe level with damaging winds and hail possible. An isolated tornado will be possible too.
Temperatures will fall into the upper 40s Sunday morning with rain tapering off by mid morning.