Archive for April, 2011
Keep the rain gear handy today! Temps will remain steady around 50 degrees for the day, with scattered light showers. Wind gusts up to 35 mph will be possible, so it will be a very breezy day.
Tonight, we dry out as temps drop to the upper 30s, again, wind gusts up to 30mph will be possible, so it’s going to feel much cooler.
Sunday, the sunshine returns, and we add 10 degrees to the high to top out around 60 degrees. We will still be dealing with a brisk breeze up to 25mph.
Starting late Monday, the chance for showers and thunderstorms return as temps slowly warm into the 70s later this week.
All the details are in your 7 day forecast below!
Look for periods of rain and thunderstorms today around the state. We could see an inch or close to it, in Indianapolis and some computer models suggest that Eastern Indiana, around Richmond, could receive 3 inches of rain.
If you are headed downtown for the Race For The Cure Saturday, dress for a cool and damp day. There is a chance for a couple of periods of drizzle and light rain and temperatures will hold steady in the upper 40s during the event. We will bring back the beautiful April sunshine Sunday!
– Chuck Lofton
Highs today will hit close to 70 degrees with mostly sunny skies. It’s going to be a great day! Get out and enjoy it while you can!!!
Overnight, the wind picks with gusts up to 25mph as lows drop to the mid 40s.
Friday, highs only hit the low 60s and showers and scattered thunderstorms develop for the afternoon. Heavy rain is likely into Friday evening and night. A few storms could be strong to severe, and some spots could pick up, up to 2″ of rain.
When you’re up bright and early for the Komen Race for the Cure, grab layers and rain gear. A few scattered showers are expected Saturday morning and temps will be in the upper 40s for all of the festivities.
Highs on Saturday will only reach the low 50s with scattered showers, so we’re not moving much in terms of a warm up!
Temps stay cool on Sunday and Monday, but sunshine returns… before more rain comes back by Tuesday.
Now, this is spring! Highs today will hit the mid 60s with mostly sunny skies and light winds.
Overnight, we cool into the low 40s.
Thursday, we add a few clouds into the forecast, but the temp looks to hit 70!
Friday, showers and thunderstorms will likely develop, especially for the afternoon as highs hit the mid 60s. The rain will continue into Saturday morning. Right now, it looks like up to an inch of rain will be possible when this system passes through.
We are keeping a close eye on your Saturday morning forecast, as thousands of people will hit the streets of downtown Indy for the Komen Race for the Cure. Right now, plan on scattered showers and temps in the upper 40s to start your walk/run. The timing of this could change, so check back often for your forecast!
The rest of the numbers are in your 7 day outlook below:
Highs today will only hit 60 degrees with mostly sunny skies and a cool North breeze up to 15mph.
Tonight, the stars will be visible, and a crisp cold night is ahead with temps in the upper 30s.
Wednesday, we start a warming trend and highs pop into the mid 60s with plenty of sunshine.
Thursday, highs hit around 70 degrees… and as of right now… it looks like showers and isolated thunderstorms move in late in the evening.
The chance for showers and t-storms stays through the day Friday, and a few rain showers could linger for Saturday morning. An early look at your Komen Race for the Cure forecast shows scattered showers, and temps around 40 degrees for the start of the event.
Saturday, highs will only reach the upper 40s with a chance for scattered showers.
Saturday night into Sunday morning… a few wet snowflakes could mix in with the rain.
So long 80s!
Highs today will fall from the 60s in the morning, to the 50s by the evening with scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms. It’s going to be a soggy day with up to .50″ of additional rainfall. That number is especially true in our Southeastern counties.
Overnight we dry out with temps in the low 40s and wind gusts up to 20mph.
Tuesday, sunshine makes a return as we hit the low 60s. By Wednesday, we’ll be shooting for a high in the upper 60s.
Showers and thunderstorms return Thursday and Friday.
And, we’re tracking a cool down for Saturday with temps only in the 50s and a chance of rain.
Highs today will reach the mid 70s with scattered showers and thunderstorms. T-Storms are likely through midday, and some storms may be strong to severe. A slight risk of severe weather is in effect along and South of I-70. Damaging wind, large hail, and very heavy rain is likely from any strong to severe storm that develops. As we head into the afternoon, the activity will become more isolated, but the chance for a pop up shower or storm will stay in the forecast.
Overnight, we dry out with partly cloudy skies and patchy fog. Temps will only drop to the low 60s.
Sunday, looks like a summer day. We should remain dry with highs in the low 80s. The record high for Sunday is 84 set back in 1930, so near record breaking heat is possible.
Sunday night into Monday morning a strong storm system will push through the state. Once again, we are tracking the potential for severe storms. Damaging wind, hail, and heavy rain are the primary threats.
We dry out and cool down Tuesday, with more showers and storms for the end of the week.
Highs today will reach the upper 60s in Central Indiana with scattered showers and the chance for an isolated t-storm. From Bloomington to Columbus south, there’s a chance that a t-storm may be strong or severe. We’ll keep an eye on the radar throughout the day.
Overnight, the rain ends and temps drop to the low 50s.
Saturday, isolated thunderstorms are possible as temps hit the mid to upper 70s.
Sunday, huge warmth surges into Central Indiana with highs topping out in the low to mid 80s! We will be watching the forecast closely on Sunday. As of right now, it looks like strong to severe storms will be possible Sunday evening through early Monday morning. This timeline is likely to change as we head into the weekend, so please check back with the blog and our forecast so you stay up to date!