A cold front will cross Kentuckiana from around 1pm - 7pm today with a line of strong storms possible. The main threat from these storms will be damaging straight-line winds and hail. The biggest threat will be south of the Ohio River where the air is a little more unstable.
Look at the map below, where you see orange is where dewpoints are in the 60s. That orange area is where the air is more unstable and where there is a Slight Risk of severe weather from the Storm Prediction Center.
Now, we dry out tomorrow and we'll have sunshine with temps in the 60s for Thanksgiving and Friday. But, another storm arrives this weekend. Showers and storms likely late Saturday, a chilly rain Sunday, then a mix of snow and rain early next week. Take a look at the GFS model output map for the precipitation type for next Monday and Tuesday. Blue = Snow.