HIGH WIND WARNING: in effect most of Sunday for Indianapolis and pointing north with winds around 50 to 60 mph possible and long-lasting winds will be from 30 to 40 mph.
WIND ADVISORY: In fact, for Southern Central Indiana from 4 am-7pm with winds around 40 to 50mph possible and prolonged winds will be from 25 to 35 mph.
A strong storm system moves tonight with an associated cooling front.
The rain values will be about a quarter in inches to three-quarters of an inch. Some thunderstorms probably also come with some wind splashes. The temperature will rise in the evening, eventually filling it in the mid-50s at midnight.
Dry air will move in after midnight. Winds increase overnight. Winds increase with winds of 50 to 60 mph possible for Indianapolis and point to north.
With the saturated ground, loose trees could fall. Power lines can snap and vehicles with a high profile will be in danger on the road. Winds will be outside the west, kept from 25 to 35 mph from Sunday morning to afternoon.
High warnings and wind warnings are in effect for Sunday.
The temperature will fall overnight, eventually bottoming out in the mid-30s late in the morning. The temperature will remain close to the rest of the day. Some flurries will be possible in the morning, as a second front comes. It will be mostly overcast and windy.
Winds will start to relax Sunday night. The clouds will clear out with temperatures that stumble into the mid teens Monday morning. Wind shakes will be in single figures.
Some snow showers are possible Tuesday and a winter blend is possible on Wednesday.
Another strong system comes late on Friday evening to Saturday. Rain changes to snow with temperatures falling during the day.