Long term- public

The long term forecast looks to be quite interesting for Indiana, particularly on Thursday. Warmer temperatures will move in on Thursday as the winds shift to from the south, bringing highs to near 50 degrees. A low pressure system will move into the area on Thursday morning as well, bringing heavy rain and the potential for thunderstorms. This storm system will linger until overnight on Thursday, resulting in rainfall totals of up to an inch or more. This precipitation, combined with the warm temperatures causing melting snow, will bring a potential for flooding. More winter like temperatures will return to the area on Friday through the weekend, with highs only around 30, as an area of strong cold advection moves in late Thursday night. There will also be a chance for spotty snow showers early Saturday morning.

Precipitation moving in on Thursday:

Cold air advection bringing cold temperatures once again late Thursday night: