A warm front is draped across central IN and this will be the focal point for rain and thunderstorms as a cold front approaches. A warm front is overhead leading to the tropical feel.
Thunderstorms may develop during the early evening.
There were no reports of significant damage from the Wednesday afternoon and evening storms as the dryline advanced across the plains before retreating after nightfall.
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Large hail and damaging winds are the main threats but a few tornadoes are possible.
But, an isolated storm could produce some damaging winds, or even some flash flooding.
Rain will continue to be possible Friday and Saturday as low pressure slowly moves through the region. We'll literally watch a cold front plunge south from the N. Plains - taking our "above average" temps along for the ride. Thursday will bring highs in the low 70s. There will be a slight chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon with the risk of severe weather Thursday afternoon shifting to southern Indiana. The clouds will clear Friday afternoon from the northwest to southeast with improving conditions lasting through the weekend.
There will be some dry hours Wednesday, with highs in the middle 70s.