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Tracking rain Sunday night

Sunday evening forecast

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH)–After a burst of snow this afternoon temperatures have warmed enough to bring rain to the state.

TONIGHT: Rain will be moderate to heavy throughout the night. An inch of rain will be possible in most locations. There’s no risk of slick roads because temperatures will warm into the 40s throughout the night as a warm front lifts northward.

MONDAY: A few showers will be possible just before daybreak. Colder air begins to move into the state around 8 a.m. Temperatures drop into the low and middle 30s by early Monday morning. The clouds stay throughout the day. Temperatures climb a few degrees by the afternoon. Highs climb into the middle and upper 30s.

MONDAY NIGHT: Look for mostly cloudy skies and chilly temperatures. Low fall into the upper 20s.

TUESDAY: We’ll see a mix of sun and clouds during the afternoon Tuesday. Temperatures will be just a little warmer with highs in the lower 40s.

8DAY FORECAST: Temperatures stay in the lower 40s on Wednesday but we’ll see a chance for a rain snow mix. Colder air moves into the area on Thursday and we’ll see a chance for a few scattered snow showers. A blast of much colder air moves into the area on Friday with lows early Friday morning falling into the teens. Temperatures warm back up for next weekend into the low and middle 40s.


Florida woman accused of zipping her boyfriend in suitcase for hours until he died

(CNN) — Sarah Boone called 911 and said her boyfriend got trapped in a suitcase and died during a game of hide-and-seek, according to court records.

The Florida couple had been drinking Chardonnay and doing puzzles Sunday night in their Winter Park apartment, Boone told authorities, when they thought “it would be funny” to hop in a suitcase as a part of the game, according to an arrest affidavit from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.

Boone, 42, zipped up Jorge Torres Jr. in the blue suitcase containing a few items for donating. Two of his fingers stuck out, so she assumed he could open it, according to the affidavit.

She went upstairs to bed and thought he’d get himself out of the suitcase and join her, only to wake up Monday and find him still in it and not breathing, the affidavit says.

Boone was arrested Tuesday and faces a second-degree murder charge after investigators determined videos on her phone contradicted her story.

The phone footage shows her mocking her boyfriend as she filmed his cries for help, and telling him it was his punishment for cheating, according to the arrest affidavit.

“I can’t f**king breathe, seriously,” her boyfriend said in the phone video. “That’s on you. Oh, that’s what I feel like when you cheat on me,” she responds.

The video shows the victim pushing on the suitcase and trying to get out, the affidavit says. When police showed the video to Boone, she pushed it away halfway through and said she didn’t want to watch it, the affidavit says.

Police searched her iPhone after she signed a waiver and gave verbal and written consent. CNN has reached out to her public defender.

Boone denied intentionally leaving Torres in the suitcase, according to the affidavit.

Boone called police Monday afternoon and said she woke up hours earlier but assumed her boyfriend was on his computer in another room. When she could not find him, she suddenly realized he was still in the suitcase.

“Sarah unzipped the suitcase and found Jorge unresponsive and not breathing,” the affidavit says. “Sarah zipped Jorge in the suitcase to where he could not get out. Jorge begged Sarah repeatedly telling her he could not breathe and Sarah left him in the suitcase … and demonstrated a depraved mind without regard for Jorge’s life.”

When police arrived at the scene, they found the victim near the front door with a laceration on his lip and bruising around his eye.

Boone is being held without bail. No cause of death is listed on the arrest affidavit.