Strong storms expected overnight in central Indiana
An approaching cold front will bring a chance for widespread storms overnight. Heavy rain and 30-40 wind gusts will be possible. Heavy downpours may cause flash flooding overnight west of U.S. 31. Showers will move into east central Indiana through Friday morning before ending.
As the cold front passes Friday, winds will continue to gust to 40 miles per hour and temperatures will fall during the afternoon.
We’ll stay cooler through the weekend with highs in the 50s. Expect dry weather on Saturday and more rain for Sunday.
Strong storms will roar across central Indiana overnight. Here’s how it will look at 1 a.m.:
The leading edge of the storm pushes into the western edge of the state around 2 a.m.:
Here’s how it will look at 3 a.m.:
At 4 a.m., rain becomes more widespread.
Here’s a look at 5 a.m. Again storms will pack strong winds, rain and possibly hail.
You’ll see plenty on the radar at 6 a.m.:
Rain will become lighter around 7 a.m.
Gusting winds will stick around past 8 a.m.:
Rain remains on the radar through 9 a.m.
Up to a half-inch of rain is likely overnight.