INDIANAPOLIS–A cold front will move through Indiana late Wednesday night and rain is supposed to return.
“It’s looking like we’ll see anywhere from a quarter of an inch of rainfall to as much as a half-inch. Some locations could get three-quarters of an inch of rain,” said David Beachler, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis.
Beachler believes the bulk of the rain is going to fall during the daylight hours on Thursday.
“There appears to be a narrow window of rain, but there is the potential that some of that could bring brief, heavy downpours. As well as that, we’re anticipating gusty winds. It looks like winds will be gusting out of the south at about 25 to 30 mph,” said Beachler.
Beachler does not expect the weather to be severe at this point. He expects the temperatures to drop in the coming days.
“We’ll have a few days over the weekend where the temperatures are in that cool category. It does look like we’ll warm up just a little bit as we go into next week. The above normal conditions we’ve experienced don’t appear to be playing much of a role over the next couple of weeks,” said Beachler.
He says even if high temperatures get into the 60s for a day or two, they will go back down into the 50s and 40s.