Archive for March, 2011
That nice stretch of warm weather was just a tease!
Highs today will only hit the low 40s with a mix of sun and clouds. Patch drizzle is possible early this morning mixed in with a few snow flakes, but we will eventually dry out.
Overnight, it’s time to turn on the heater again! Lows drop into the 20s for your Friday morning.
Friday, looks like a mix of sun and clouds with temps in the low 40s again.
Saturday, well… we’ll have to watch this forecast closely! It looks like the day will start off as rain, then possible transition to light accumulating snow in the evening. We’ll keep you posted as everything starts to come together!
Sunday, the sunshine returns with highs around 40… but look at the cool pattern that sticks in the 7 day forecast!
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue to fire up across Central Indiana tonight. Strong winds with gusts up in excess of 60 mph, large hail, and very heavy rain is likely. An isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. This is all being triggered by a front moving through Central Indiana.
Once it passes, much colder air will settle in, and a wintry mix is possible overnight into Thursday morning. Bundle up before you head out the door to work or school, because temps will drop into the low 30s.
Thursday, highs only hit the low 40s.
More wet and chilly weather can be found in the 7 day forecast.
Click here to see the latest weather warnings. A tornado watch is in effect for east central and southeast central Indiana.
Severe thunderstorms are likely this afternoon producing wind gusts in excess of 60mph, and small hail. An isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.
Remember, when a tornado watch is in effect, and a severe thunderstorm warning is issued, so counties choose to sound the tornado sirens.
Chief Meteorologist Chris Wright and I are tracking the storms. He will have updates at the top and middle of the hour, live on WTHR, to let you know what’s happening as these storms progress.
Highs today will reach the upper 60s with wind gusts up to 40 mph out of the west. Scattered showers and storms are likely, especially this afternoon as a cold front moves through the state. Some storms could be strong to severe with damaging wind, large hail, and we can’t rule out an isolated tornado. The area of the state under a risk for severe weather, is shown here.
Overnight, the showers and storms come to an end, but with much cooler temps moving in freezing drizzle or a wintry mix is possible. Lows tomorrow morning drop to the low 30s.
Thursday, get ready to bundle up! Highs will only hit the low 40s.
A wet and chilly pattern is already setting up for the weekend, check out the details in the 7 day below.
Highs today will reach the low 70s with a chance for a scattered shower or thunderstorm. The best chance of storms will be north and east of I-70.
Tonight, lows drop to the mid 50s, and scattered showers and storms are possible.
Wednesday, highs will hit around 70 with wind gusts up to 30 mph. This will most likely be the most stormy day as a cold front pushes though the state. Some storms could be strong to severe with damaging wind, hail, and heavy rain. We’ll keep you posted as we get closer to the front moving through.
The cold front will bring much colder air into the state by Thursday morning, we could even see a few flurries!
The weather pattern remains active with a rain/wintry mix possible Saturday and early next week!
Happy first FULL day of Spring! Highs today will reach the low 70s with a mix of sun and clouds, and a chance for a spotty shower or thunderstorm.
Overnight, the chance of a scattered shower or thunderstorm remains in the forecast as lows drop to the mid 50s.
Tuesday, highs will reach the upper 60s with the chance of scattered showers or thunderstorms. Some storms may be strong up towards Lafayette.
Wednesday, highs could hit close to 70, but we are expecting more activity with in terms of showers and storms. Some storms may be strong, we will keep our eyes on this as we get closer to the middle of the week.
As a cold front moves through the state, much cooler air will be in place for the start of Thursday, and we could even see a few flurries!
Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms are likely today across Central Indiana. Highs will hit the low 60s. Keep the rain gear handy, it won’t rain all day, but expect a shower or isolated storm at anytime through the afternoon.
Overnight, temps drop to the mid 50s, and more scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms move in. The morning commute could be wet, with showers continuing to pop up throughout your Monday as highs hit the low 70s!
Tuesday and Wednesday, some storms could be strong, so we’re closely watching the development of this system.
By Thursday morning, temps drop below freezing, and that means we could see some flurries!
Today is the last full day of winter. We officially transition in to Spring at 7:21pm Sunday evening. That said, today will not be winter-like at all! Highs today will reach the mid to upper 50s with mostly sunny skies.
Tonight, clouds increase and temps drop to the mid to upper 30s.
Sunday, scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms are possible. At this time, we’re not looking at any severe storms. Highs will push close to 60 degrees.
Monday through Wednesday, keep the umbrella handy, an unsettled pattern, sits on Indiana, bringing a daily chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Early Thursday morning, temps drop to the upper 20s, and that could be cold enough to produce some flurries! We’ll keep our eyes on that!
Enjoy the weekend!