The National Weather Service in Indianapolis says there will be above average temperatures and periods of heavier than normal rainfall all across the state this spring.
National Weather Service meteorologist Jason Puma.
As for the rain, Puma expects there to be about 3-4 inches of rain in March and April with the rain totals near 5 inches in May. He says everything across the state is kind of uniform, so what applies for Indianapolis would still apply to places further north and other places further south.
You also can become a storm spotter for the National Weather Service.
You can sign up for that at www.weather.gov/ind.