Tuesday, thunderstorms and a high of 68°F, with heavy rain and tornadoes. Thousands of people without power overnight, most of them in an adjacent county.
Today? High winds, light snow and a high that might get out of the 30s.
Thursday, I don't know -- earthquakes, or just a rain of frogs?
* * *Meanwhile, Indiana's in the run-up to primary elections. We've got a Senate seat up for grabs, which the the Democrat incumbent won 50% to 44% last time. The top local GOP contenders -- two U.S. Representatives and a relative outsider -- are basically all contending to be more Trumpian than President Trump. It may be a winning strategy here in the Rust Belt, but they're getting a bit catty and I don't know that any of them are so ideologically pure (or whatever; pick your adjective) as to bear close inspection on that score. Meanwhile, Senator Joe Donnelly is about as conservative a Democrat as you'll find these days, and it's not doing him a lot of good with the middle-to-left of his own party. There's even a series of pro- and anti-Donnelly commercials running, in an uncontested party primary! With three clear leaders from what began as an eight-way race among the opposition to unseat him, they'd better mind what they throw at one another: the Donnelly campaign is taking notes for November.
It looks to be an interesting season, one way or another.