INDIANAPOLIS - The threat of severe storms could dampen Friday night festivities across central Indiana.
Clouds will build throughout the day, with the chance of thunderstorms increasing by late afternoon.
A line will begin to cross the state just after 5 p.m., with storms expected to hit central Indiana by 8 p.m.
The National Weather Service placed all of Indiana in a slight risk zone for severe weather Friday.
The greatest threats will be damaging winds and large hail.
The storms are expected to be out of the state by 10 p.m., but showers will linger through Saturday morning, burning off by the afternoon.
Weekend temperatures will be fall-like in the low 70s, climbing back into the 80s by the end of next week.