The weekend forecast includes the chance for a few showers or storms. There will be more dry weather than wet weather. Highs will be in the lower and middle 80s on Saturday and Sunday. Right now we are tracking the best chance for a few showers or storms Saturday afternoon and evening and a few Sunday afternoon and evening. The best chance will come with daytime heating both days.
Speaking of heat…September begins next week with highs nearing 90 degrees.
The dry and mild trend continues across central Indiana.
Clouds will decrease later this evening. Another cool night is on tap with lows returning to the lower 50s. A similar day is ahead on Wednesday with a mix of sun and low clouds along with highs in the middle 70s.
Temperatures will warm heading into the weekend with highs returning to the 80s. A weak upper disturbance slowing moving around the Ohio Valley may be just enough to trigger isolated storms both Saturday and Sunday. Right now we are forecasting only slight chances, with more dry weather than wet weather this weekend.
We are also tracking above normal temperatures this time next week when highs may near 90 degrees for a few days. We’ll continue to update so please check for the latest.
Here is the latest timing for storm chances on Sunday. NW Indiana may have a few storms as early as noon. We are timing a potential line of storms from 2pm to 9pm across central Indiana. There is still a chance for a strong storm or 2. We will keep you updated on any changes to the timing.
It will be mild and dry next week.
Our sunny Saturday will end with a few clouds, but rain chances hold off until later Sunday. It will be a dry and mild Saturday night, with evening temperatures in the 70s and overnight lows near 60 degrees.
We are forecasting more clouds on Sunday, as a developing weather system brings storm chances. Right now we are timing the best chance for scattered storms from about 2pm to 9pm. There still could be a few adjustments to the timing and we will keep you updated. Highs on Sunday will be in range of 80 to 85 degrees.
A few of the storms later Sunday may be strong, with gusty winds. The storms will be developing along a cold front. Central Indiana gets behind that cold front on Monday and it will be cooler again. There will be a long stretch of dry and mild weather next week, as we forecast lows in the 50s and highs in the 70s.
It will be a fine evening to enjoy the last weekend at the Indiana State Fair, see Jason Aldean at Klipsch or head out for the kickoff of Operation Football.
It may start feeling a bit chilly tonight as temperatures will drop back down to the mid 50s for the overnight low. This will be a bit warmer than last night, particularly for the northern cities, but it will still be nearly 10 degrees below the average low temperature.
You can expect a mix of sun and clouds on Saturday as temperatures make it back up to the lower 80s. The Colts host the Bears tomorrow night at Lucas Oil Stadium. Temperatures will be in the lower 70s right around the 7:30pm kickoff time.
A change in the weather pattern will come by Sunday afternoon. A cold front pushing its way across the state will kick up some scattered storms on Sunday afternoon and evening. Some of these storms may be strong so be sure to check back for updates as we continue to track the progressing frontal system.
Cooler air will fill back in to start the work week on Monday. Mostly sunny skies and below average high temperatures in the mid to upper 70s will persist throughout most of the week before the next chance of storms arrives next Friday.
It is feeling a bit like Fall across central Indiana. Skies will be mostly clear tonight, with lows in the 50s for most of the area. We do think upper 40s are possible across the northern third of the state by early Friday.
If your favorite weather is sunny and 80, Friday is your day. Friday is also opening night for high school football. The weather will be great for the first night of Operation Football. Remember to send us your pictures using #OPFB on social media. If you are going to one of the games, you may actually need a jacket or sweatshirt once the sun goes down, temperatures will fall quickly into the 60s.
The weekend starts sunny, with highs in the lower 80s on Saturday. Storm chances return on Sunday.
It will feel like Fall early next week too, with lows in the 50s and highs in the 70s through Thursday.
It took awhile, but the rain we were expecting for Wednesday finally arrived. Rain will continue to fall through about 4am Thursday.
Thursday will be a much cooler day. Kids may actually need a jacket at the bus stop. Thursday morning temperatures will be in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees. We will spend most of the morning in the 60s. Forecast highs are in the middle and upper 70s and it will be breezy with winds W 15-25mph.
Friday will be sunny and 80 degrees. The weather will be perfect for the kick-off of high school football. Remember Operation Football has the best coverage and you can use the #OPFB to interact and participate on Twitter.
The weekend will start with sunshine and end with storm chances. Another taste of fall is in the forecast for early next week.
The SkyTrak13 Weather Team is tracking a cold front moving into central Indiana. There will be rain and a few storms developing along this front through Wednesday evening. If you have outdoor plans, remember you can check Live Doppler 13 Radar on the go with the SkyTrak13 Weather App.
Behind the cold front, there will be a big weather pattern change. Temperatures will fall into the 50s early Thursday morning. Expect a mix of clouds and sun and highs in the middle and upper 70s Thursday afternoon. It will be breezy too with winds W 10-20mph.
Friday will be sunny and near 80 degrees, after morning temperatures in the lower 50s. We can give the AC a break. Saturday will be sunny and warm, with highs in the lower 80s.
Another cold front arrives Sunday. There will be another chance for storms on Sunday, with highs in the lower and middle 80s.
Behind Sunday’s cold front is another drop in temperature. We are forecasting lows in the 50s and highs in the 70s early next week, with lots of sunshine.