The stubborn stratus cloud layer, that’s limited sun the past few days, is not as prevalent today. As a result temperatures are warming faster, and already over the average high (70°) for this time of year.
Visible satellite imagery shows partial cloud cover central Indiana.
Isolated rain/storms are possible…and “locally” heavy rain can’t be ruled out due to a juicy atmosphere.
Temperatures will peak in the lower 80s bewteen 3pm-5pm.