INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Halloween may be soggy and stormy for central Indiana. A strong storm system will move into Indiana during the day Thursday.
Latest indications are that the bulk of the rain and thunderstorms will arrive during the day Thursday and last through Trick-Or-Treat hours in the evening.
The Storm Prediction Center has placed southern parts of the WISH-TV viewing area under a Slight Risk of severe thunderstorms, with damaging wind being the biggest threat.
There could be heavy rain with this system as well. Some models are predicting up to 1" or 1.5" of rain are possible.
A lot can change between now and then, so stay with the Forecast 8 Team as they track developments to this storm system over the next several days.
They will have the latest on our Weather Blog found here.
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