Archive for August, 2009
If the last few days have been too hot for you, you’ll love the cool down that’s just ahead!
Highs today are expected to reach about 80 degrees. We’ll see an increase of clouds throughout the day with a slight chance for a few isolated showers or t-storms in Central Indiana this afternoon.
Our chance for rain tonight and tomorrow. We’re more likely to see precip then. As of right now, no severe weather is expected.
Saturday, the chance of showers continues, at about 40% with highs in the mid 70s.
Sunday and Monday, pull out the sweaters! Highs will only reach the low 70s.
Tropical Storm Danny’s track could hit the East Coast of the United States. To see the latest updates, click here.
We had widespread fog this morning in our outlying areas but we also have a beautiful day ahead. Look for a southwest wind to lift us up to the mid 80s today and then a slow cooling into the weekend. We have a chance for thunderstorms late tonight thru Saturday. Remember, the Indians play Columbus at 1 pm today at Victory Field. Not a bad way to spend a late summer afternoon.
If you liked yesterday, you’ll probably love today’s forecast. We’re looking at temps in the mid 80s with partly cloudy skies by the afternoon.
Tonight, lows will drop to the low 60s with partly cloudy skies. It should be another great night to leave the windows open after we cool off from the day!
Thursday, we’ll see a slight chance for showers and storms as highs will top out a little cooler, in the low 80s. The chance for scattered showers and t-storms increases Thursday night and lasts through Saturday. We’re not expecting a washout, but scattered activity is likely.
At this time no severe weather is expected, but we’ll keep you posted if that changes.
Sunday, temps cool into the 70s, with partly cloudy skies!
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Highs today will soar into the mid 80s with partly cloudy skies by the afternoon. We’re looking for a wonderful day!
Wednesday more temps in the mid 80s are expected but we’ll see increasing clouds in front of a cold front that will move into Central Indiana late Wednesday night into Thursday.
Starting Thursday there’s a daily chance of showers and storms that will last through Saturday. We’re not looking for a washout, but, a 40% chance of activity.
This weekend temperatures look to dip back to the mid to upper 70s.
Fall and winter are fast approaching and it is very important to quickly draft your plan of action so that you can eliminate the guesswork and “simply get to work!” Make a list of activities that you would like to participate in with the ones that you would do most often at the top of the list. From there, gather all the necessary information on where, when and how you will participate and what recources for help and assistance there are available. Having a plan based on your personal preferences in place before the weather breaks is great way to get a jump on lasting results. Many people fail to draft a plan, then before they even know it, the winter blues have them sitting on the couch wondering what happened to summer and how their waistline grew so fast! Time flies so you have to match it with a plan, some passion and determination to make this winter no different than summer in terms of activity. My plan is to embrace winter by snowboarding with friends, riding at an indoor bicycle track near downtown, lifting weights and of course…eating healthy foods to support it all. Make sure you tune into my fitness segments every Monday morning at 630am and Sundays at 7am for more tips and ideas for getting and staying fit! Make your plan, get moving!
I’m one of those people that loved the weekend weather. Fall is one of my favorite times of year. And, while I love cloudy grey skies and cool temps, I’m ready for warmer temps to return! That will happen today as highs reach about 80 degrees. Besides warmer temperatures, we’ll also see mostly sunny skies across Central Indiana.
Tonight, clear skies remain, and temps will be cool in the upper 50s.
More heat comes our way Tuesday and Wednesday with highs in the mid 80s.
Our next chance for rain moves in late Wednesday night, and we’ll throw a 30% chance for showers and storms through Saturday.