A slow moving cold front will move into Central Indiana by Sunday morning. This will lead to some light showers and clouds will still hang around Central Indiana.
A weak cold front will move through Central Indiana on Sunday morning. This boundary will lift the atmosphere but there just isn't a ton of moisture to tap into locally. This means that if it does produce some rain showers, the rain will be light and only provide small accumulations. The rainfall coverage won't blanket the area, but instead, will be more spotty. This same boundary should stall out along the Ohio River later Sunday afternoon and stay in that position for a few days. Luckily, temperatures won't fall drastically on the back side of the front and will actually remain seasonal for a few days with highs in the mid 50s. But since the front is hanging around, clouds will also linger in Central Indiana. A few areas of low pressure will follow along the stationary front and that will bring in a few more rainfall chances on Monday and Tuesday, but Tuesday is really the best chance with about an 80% chance that we'll see showers. For those looking ahead to Thanksgiving related travel, Wednesday's forecast will be dry but colder. Thanksgiving day will also be dry with mostly sunny skies and near normal temperatures.
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