Central Indiana is starting to dry out, but more heavy rain is in the forecast.
The heavy rain is gone, but the flooding threat is still here. Most of Central Indiana is still under Flood Warnings until this afternoon.
Today will be a chance for the state to start to dry out. Highs today will reach the low 40s with a mix of sun and clouds.
Overnight, we drop into the mid 2os with partly cloudy skies.
Monday, highs warm into the mid to upper 40s with partly cloudy skies. (We could get used to this kind of forecast… right?)
We don’t stay dry for long, more rain moves in late Tuesday into Wednesday. Showers and thunderstorms are likely with up to 1″ of rain possible at this time. We’ll continue to update you on the threat for severe storms, and how much rain is expected.
Thursday, much colder air moves in, and that could produce a few flurries.
The good news? As we head into next weekend, the sunshine returns.
It’s a rainy Saturday with colder air pushing into the state.
As of 8am this morning, up to 2.5″ of rain has fallen across Central Indiana. Flood Warnings are in effect for all of the viewing area. Most expire this afternoon… but click here to find out how your hometown is effected.
Temps will be in the 50s for the morning hours, falling into the low 40s for the afternoon. Wind gusts up to 25mph are possible. Scattered showers will stick around through the afternoon into the evening.
Tonight, the rain turns to light snow showers as temps drop to the upper 20s. Little to no accumulation is expected.
Sunday will be dry with highs in the low 40s.
Monday, we warm into the mid 40s with sunshine, but as we head into Tuesday especially Tuesday night, showers and thunderstorms return. It’s all in the 7 day forecast below!
Here we go again… heavy rain and thunderstorms are in the forecast, and this means a flooding concern for Central Indiana.
Showers and thunderstorms will develop across the state today as highs hit the low 60s. Severe thunderstorms are not expected, however, heavy rain could lead to flooding issues.
At times, tonight into Saturday, the rain will be heavy with 1-2″ of rain possible, and isolated spots could see up to 3″. A Flood Watch is in effect for all of Central Indiana tonight through Saturday night. The ground is already saturated, and the rivers and streams are moving fast, so please keep your eyes and ears open for more flooding concerns.
Saturday night, temps fall into the upper 20s and rain is expected to turn to light snow. Little to no accumulation is expected because the ground will still be warm and wet.
Sunday is dry with highs around 40… Monday, get ready for more sunshine too!
More rain moves in Tuesday, see the details in the 7 day below!
Enjoy the sunshine today… there’s more heavy rain and thunderstorms in the forecast as we head into the weekend!
Soak up the sunshine while you can. Highs today will reach about 50 degrees with partly cloudy skies.
Overnight, clouds increase and rain showers develop. Lows will be mild in the low 40s.
Friday, more rain and some thunderstorms are possible. Highs will reach the upper 50s. Friday night, Flood Watches go into effect for most of Central Indiana. Local rivers are still under Flood Warnings. At times, Friday into Saturday heavy rain is possible, and at this time we’re looking for 1-2″ of rain… some isolated spots may pick up, up to 3″ of rain.
Saturday night temps fall into the upper 20s and rain turns to snow. The ground will be very wet and warm, so accumulation doesn’t look very likely at this point.
Early Sunday morning there’s a chance for light snow, but then we dry out for the afternoon. As we go into next week, more chances for rain and storms will come our way.
Today will be another great day across Central Indiana, but we’re watching for more heavy rain, just in time for the weekend.
Highs today will hit the mid 40s with sunshine. Flood warnings are still in effect, click here to see how your county is holding up.
Tonight, we remain dry with temps in the mid 20s and clear skies.
Thursday, we warm into the upper 40s, and late that night, scattered showers are possible.
Friday, highs will hit the mid to upper 50s with scattered showers, thunderstorms will be possible late Friday night and Saturday. Heavy rain and storms are likely at this point on Saturday. We will be watching for the chance of severe storms, and more flooding with an already saturated ground.
Saturday night into Sunday morning the rain will likely turn to snow.
Stay tuned to WTHR and the forecast blog… we’ll keep you updated as we get closer to another round of heavy rain.
Central Indiana will have a few days to dry out before another round of showers and possibly thunderstorms moves in.
Highs today will reach the mid to upper 40s across Central Indiana with plenty of sunshine. Flood Warnings still remain active across the state, click here to view what is still in effect.
Tonight, we stay dry, but it gets cold as lows drop to the upper 20s. Some freezing fog may be possible.
Wednesday, we’re back with the sunshine and in the mid 40s… Thursday, we’ll see the low 50s!
Friday, we warm into the mid 50s, but we are also watching a developing system that will bring rain and possibly thunderstorms, especially Saturday. At this time, an inch of rain is possible, maybe more. We will stay on top of this, as any additional rain will continue to lead to more flooding concerns.