Storms that developed along a warm front in northern portions of central Indiana have fizzled out with the daylight.
Temperatures are running very warm this evening, still holding in the 70s across the state.
Expect partly cloudy conditions to continue through the rest of the overnight. Temperatures only fall to the lower to middle 60s for Thursday morning.
Slight Risk for severe storms still in place for central and eastern portions of the state. Primary threats will be damaging winds and large hail. An isolated tornado could also be possible.
Storms will ride along a cold front during the mid to late afternoon hours. Rain should exit the area by mid evening.
Highs top out in the middle 70s.