A stalled front is essentially spinning its wheels over the area, so to speak, leading to almost continuous storm/rain development across much of Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio. This activity will gradually diminish after sunset as the heat of the day also escapes.
The recent moisture and mild temperatures, however, will also lead to a renewed fog threat overnight, bringing visibility down to a mile or less, especially south of Fort Wayne. Delays are possible, though clearing should be noticed between 8-10 am.
While a few showers are possible Thursday afternoon, they will be in shorter supply due to the fast-moving nature of this front. Temperatures will also be cooler, staying mainly around 80º.
ABC21 Chief Meteorologist