Mine's not looking too good either, we can only hope for the best possible.
This cloud cover forecast from Clear Skies shows there may still be some hope for you depending on your location. The eclipse may be in and out of the clouds for you (yellow arrow). For me (the cross cursor) it looks like high cirrus
may be on the menu.
The legend is here: Clear Sky Chart: map of weather conditions for astronomical observing
If you scroll down a bit to the This Forecast Time block and click on Transparency yours is below average to poor, and Seeing is bad, a 1 out of 5
In cases like this I go to a combo map of radar and satellite to determine if it would be worthy for me to stay up and continue to observe. Like this for your area: Indiana Radar & Satellite Combo Map - AccuWeather.com
It will give you an idea on how thick the clouds are and if rain is in the area.
Keep the faith, forecasts aren't cast in stone and are always subject to change. It could get worse or, it could get better.