Near record heat for the end of the week followed by flurries this weekend

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Temperatures once again will be about 10 degrees above the average today. After a foggy start, we'll reach a high of 65 in Indy with a sunny sky and light breeze.


The sunny skies will continue on Thursday with temperatures building into the 70s on Thursday and Friday. Clouds will start increasing Friday in advance of our next storm system, which will really mean business. We'll likely get a squall line to move across the state Friday evening. An isolated severe storm with damaging wind gusts will be possible.


Up to 0.5" of rainfall will be possible through Saturday morning.


On Saturday temperatures will plummet. We'll see a morning high of 44 and temperatures will fall throughout the day. Winds will also gust up to 40 mph. Patchy drizzle Saturday afternoon will change over to flurries by nightfall.


While parts of the Great Lakes and Northeast will see accumulating snow this weekend, we will not in Central Indiana. But you can expect flurries.


Sunday will still be blustery and very cold. Temperatures stay in the 40s into the first half of next week.


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