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STATEWIDE–The possibility for severe weather exists for much of Indiana today.

“The threat is essentially going to be zero across the northern part of the state, low across the central, and then just a little bit higher down by the Ohio River. The big thing we’re worried about today is damaging winds, but some of the strongest storms could have small hail as well,” said Andrew White, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis.

White urges you to be on the lookout for lightning, which could impact high school football games tonight.

“It will be pretty sporadic, so we’re not expecting widespread coverage of thunderstorms by the time we get into the football game timeframe. We can’t rule it out for the evening football,” said White.

Most areas in the state have received about an inch of rain from Thursday night, so flooding is a concern in low-lying areas.

Starting Saturday, it will be cooler.

“The rain moves out completely by midnight. We’re expecting lows to start out in the mid to upper 40s for most of the state. We’re not going to see very many spots hit 60 degrees. It will be a little breezy too,” said White.

White expects the cooler weather to stretch into next week.

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