INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – We’re tracking a not-so-pleasant Friday with chances of wintery mix and chilly air. However, good news is on the way in this forecast as we will be working in a big warm-up eventually.

Thursday evening: Showers for the most part will diminish briefly during the overnight hours.

Lows will bottom out in the mid to upper 30s.

Friday: Isolated to scattered showers with cool conditions will be the story to end our week. A winter mix is ​​sometimes possible on Friday morning. Even a rumble of thunder or two is not out of the question tomorrow.

Additional flurries seem to blend into the picture as night falls.

Highs will struggle to reach the mid 40s. Winds are also expected to remain breezy at times.

Weekend: Flurries may persist into the first part of our Saturday morning. Persistent isolated showers will then be with us in the afternoon before we finally dry things up. Keep the winter coat handy for Saturday as a whole as temperatures will only hit the 40s. A nice shift in the forecast will arrive for our Sunday with highs rapidly returning to the 60s.

8-day forecast: We will only continue to warm up into next week with highs eventually moving back into the 70s. However, this warming trend will open the door for another round of showers and storms. It is too early to tell at this time if extreme weather conditions are in play, but this upcoming system will be watched carefully.