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October 15 Days 3-7

Forecast updated 12:30pm EDT - 15 Oct 2012

A strong frontal system is expected to pass through the area on Wednesday
night and Thursday morning, bringing likely storms and colder temperatures to
central Indiana. After the front moves out, some showers could linger in the area
through Friday. High pressure will build in after this, bringing clear skies and cool
temperatures.

The weather graphic below indicates conditions predicted by the GFS model
for 8am Thursday morning.  Yellow contours show sea level pressure,
dashed contours indicate 1000-500mb thickness, and the color fills indicate
6h precipitation amount in inches.

today's long-range forecast graphic was produced by Bryce O'Neill

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