Forecast: Temps peak in low 70s Thursday

INDIANAPOLIS - Clouds will increase and temperatures will decrease as a weak disturbance moves over our area today. Expect partly sunny skies with temperatures near the seasonal normal, which is set at 72 degrees.

Temperatures will warm back to the upper 70s Wednesday before a strong cold front moves over the state Thursday. Showers and storms will move in Thursday and continue into Friday.

We dry out Saturday as sunshine returns with much cooler temperatures. Enjoy the return to fall.

Today will be the ninth consecutive day of no rain in Indy, tying for the second longest dry spell of 2014. If the rain holds off until Thursday, 10 days would be the longest dry spell.

Sunrise: 7:40    Sunset: 7:29

Today: Sun & clouds with a high near 72

Tonight: Mostly clear, with a low around 51

Wednesday: Mostly Sunny, with a high near 77

Thursday: Showers and thunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 79

Friday: Showers likely. Partly sunny, with a high near 68

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