WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.
— With the WSL and WNBA playing in Indianapolis, it was time for the sports world to get serious about the weather.
With a record-setting temperature and rain that could potentially cause severe flooding in the Indianapolis area, the forecast for Thursday was a bit more optimistic than normal.
The WSL, WNBA and WMWN-NBCSN announced that rain was expected for parts of the state as far north as Chicago, but that temperatures were expected to drop over the weekend and that precipitation was expected to ease off in the early weeks of next week.
The Chicago area could see a lot of rain and snow, with temperatures in the upper 60s and higher.
WSWS’ weather forecast will be updated every 30 minutes on Friday, as it is now.
If you live in Indianapolis and have questions about how to beat this WSL-WMWN forecast, email [email protected] or call 317-223-3673.
A forecast for the Midwest for Thursday has a chance of being below normal, but should be a bit cooler and more consistent in the Midwest.
The Midwest has been very dry in recent weeks and we anticipate the forecast to remain as is for the next couple of days.
The weather in parts of northern Michigan is likely to be more conducive to severe flooding, so stay off the roads if possible.