Strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible through early Sunday morning as a cold front nears Indiana.
The cold front is expected to spark showers and thunderstorms during the evening hours, some that could be severe in much of the state.
The National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center placed much of the state in a slight risk zone for severe weather.
The threat area generally runs along and north of a line from Terre Haute to Richmond and includes Indianapolis.
Strong, damaging winds and large hail are possible in the slight risk area. Tornadoes are not expected.
The storm threat will end Sunday with the passage of the cold front.
Some strong to severe storms moved through the Indianapolis area early Saturday afternoon. A wind gust to 63 mph was reported at Eagle Creek Reservoir, but there were no reports of damage.
Temperatures behind the front will decrease some, with highs in the 80s expected on Sunday and Monday.
High temperatures are expected to be just a bit above normal for much of the upcoming week, with highs around 90 daily.
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