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INDIANAPOLIS — The worst of the severe weather last weekend stayed south of Indiana. More rain and wind is expected to move into the Hoosier state the next couple of days, but nothing severe is expected, says WISH-TV Meteorologist Marcus Bailey.

Temperatures have been above normal the last few days across the state, but a cold front will change that on Thursday.

Bailey says the weather system will bring very gusty winds, starting Wednesday night.

“I think the prime time for the real strong wind gusts are probably going to be late Wednesday night, overnight, and into Thursday morning,” he said. “We could be seeing wind gusts around the 45-55mph range.”

Along with the strong winds, a chance of rain will also be possible Thursday.

“We could have some heavy downpours, but I don’t anticipate we’ll be dealing with any flooding concerns or anything like that,” Bailey said. “Your chances for more steady rain progressively get higher in the central and southern portions of the state.”

Bailey encourages you to bring in your Christmas yard decorations and trash cans before you go to sleep Wednesday night.