Heavy rain overnight, temps fall Wednesday

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– The threat for freezing rain for central Indiana tonight has ended. We’ll have gusty winds from the south overnight and temperatures will continue to rise through the 40s. Heavy rain will fall overnight and up to an inch of rain is likely through Wednesday morning.

Temperatures will not be as cold overnight and highs will be in the 50s Wednesday. We’ll reach our high temperature in the morning and temperatures will fall quickly in the afternoon. We may see a few flurries in the much colder air Wednesday night.

We’ll have another chance for snow showers Thursday.

Late Friday more snow will develop and accumulating snow is likely Saturday.

Another chance for rain changing to snow will come Monday.

Low temperatures will continue rising overnight.

Heavy rain is likely Wednesday morning.

Heavy rain is likely for the morning rush hour.

Rain will continue through midday.

Up to one inch of rain is likely through Wednesday morning.


Temperatures will fall Wednesday afternoon.

Rain will end Wednesday afternoon.

Accumulating snow is likely Saturday.

Rain will change to snow Monday.

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