It’s going to be a hot and humid weekend across Central Indiana with scattered showers and storms. Some storms could be severe.
Nearly the entire state is under a slight risk for severe weather across Central Indiana today. Damaging wind, and hail are our primary concerns with any severe storm that develops. Heavy rain and localized flooding will also be possible.
Highs will hit the upper 80s, but be prepared for pop up showers and storms, especially this afternoon into the evening.
Overnight, we’ll still see a chance for scattered showers and storms as lows stay warm and muggy in the low 70s.
Sunday, more scattered showers and t-storms with highs once again reaching the upper 80s. It appears that a few severe storms could be possible tomorrow, check back with the blog for more info.
More rain is likely Monday and Tuesday… then we finally dry out Wednesday with highs still in the mid 80s.
Severe storms are possible across Central Indiana today.
A rocky Saturday is ahead for Central Indiana. A moderate risk of severe weather is in place along and north of I-70, with the rest of the state under a slight risk for severe weather. Click here to see a map. Strong to severe storms could develop this afternoon and tonight. We’ll be watching for damaging wind and hail as the main threats, but I wouldn’t rule out an isolated tornado. Highs will hit the low 80s.
Strong to severe storms continue tonight with lows in the upper 60s.
Sunday morning the showers and storms will come to an end, and cooler, drier air will move in. Highs are expected to hit the upper 70s Sunday.
Monday, we remain dry and in the mid 70s.
Tuesday and Wednesday another chance for scattered showers and t-storms returns.
The active weather pattern just won’t let up around Central Indiana.
Get ready for a hot and muggy day with high temps hitting the upper 80s across Central Indiana. Isolated storms are possible this afternoon and evening with some storms turning severe. Damaging wind, heavy rain, and large hail are our primary concerns.
Overnight more thunderstorms are possible, sticking around Saturday morning, and redeveloping again Saturday afternoon with highs in the mid 80s. Again, the entire state is under a slight chance for severe weather Saturday. Damaging wind, large hail, and heavy downpours are our primary concerns, but we cannot rule out the chance for an isolated tornado. I don’t think we’re going to see a washout, but be prepared to move outdoor plans indoors as storms pop up and pass.
Sunday morning we’ll see an end to the rain, and drier air will move in. Highs are expected to reach the mid to upper 70s with partly cloudy skies for the afternoon.
Monday is dry with highs around 80. But, late Monday afternoon into Tuesday, another chance at showers and storms moves in.
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We just can’t get rid of the thunderstorms in the forecast!
Today won’t be a complete washout, so enjoy the dry time while it’s here.
This morning scattered t-storms especially south of I-70 are likely. We’ll then see partly cloudy skies with highs in the low 80, and another chance for thunderstorms to redevelop for the afternoon/evening. We’re not expecting severe weather, but, some storms could contain very heavy rainfall.
For the most part, Friday looks dry with highs in the low to mid 80s. Friday evening into the overnight more t-storms are expected to move in, and some of those storms could be strong to severe.
Saturday, scattered t-storms are possible with highs in the low to mid 80s, and the same story remains for Sunday.
The forecast isn’t a complete washout, but you know how the summer pattern goes… be prepared for a downpour when a t-storm is in the forecast!
We are in a very active pattern right now tapping into a westerly flow that allows storms to continue to plow through Central Indiana.
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Thunderstorms are likely across Central Indiana today, and some could produce severe weather.
Highs today will reach the mid 80s with scattered showers and thunderstorms. The entire state is under a slight risk for severe weather. Large hail and gusty winds are the primary threats. We will also see very heavy downpours from storms that could create flash flooding. So, most of Central Indiana is under a flash flood watch until Thursday night.
Late this afternoon into this evening another round of showers and storms are expected to push though as lows drop into the upper 60s.
Thursday we’ll see a 50% chance of t-storms early with highs around 80 degrees. In all, some isolated areas could pick up up to 3″ of rain from all of these storms put together.
Friday is dry with highs in the low 80s. (The best day of the week!)
We’ll see another chance for showers and thunderstorms Saturday and Sunday.
Enjoy today’s sunshine because a chance for severe weather moves into the forecast Wednesday.
Patchy dense fog will burn off later this morning as highs reach the mid 80s with partly cloudy skies.
Wednesday, the entire state is under a slight risk for severe weather. As a cold front moves through the state we’ll be watching for strong to severe storms to develop. Large hail and gusty winds are our main concerns. Highs Wednesday will hit the low to mid 80s.
Thursday, another system moves through bringing a chance of wet weather with highs in the low 80s.
Friday temps drop to the mid to upper 70s with dry conditions.
For the weekend, temps warm up to around 80 with another chance for showers and storms.