(UNDATED) - A storm system that will sweep into Indiana later this week could threaten trick or treat activities across the region and could bring some strong to severe thunderstorms.
The National Weather Service says temperatures will warm up the first half of the week, with temperatures around normal on today before highs climb to near 70, well above normal, on Wednesday.
Scattered showers will move into the area on Wednesday ahead of a cold front that will near the state.
On Thursday, the storm system will move through the region, with warm temperatures but an increased risk of showers and strong thunderstorms.
It's still early, so the forecast could change, but the timing doesn't look good for Halloween evening activities. Up to an inch of rain could fall in central Indiana.
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