Unseasonably warm temperatures will continue for at least the next week, but today will be the warmest. A good chunk of central Indiana will see highs in the 70s later today. Winds at times will gust up to 25-30 mph, but overall a beautiful March day is in store with more clouds than sun.
Southerly winds out ahead of a cold front will keep us well above average for the next several days. Rain chances will be on the rise on Wednesday. A few thunderstorms will even be possible by Thursday. Rain will be heavy at times and over the next 5-6 days many locations could see more than 3" of rain. River flooding and flash flooding may be possible by the weekend.
We'll start to break this daily rain chance by next Tuesday and see drier weather return.