Today is the 6th 90 degree day in a row and this hasn’t happened in 54 years. September of 1961 was the last time we had 6 90 degree days in a row. We will make it 7 in a row on Tuesday.
A stray storm is still possible this evening and it will be another warm evening with temperatures in the 80s through sunset. Forecast lows are in the upper 60s and lower 70s. Tuesday will start dry and heat up fast. 80s are forecast by noon and highs will again be near 90 degrees. The day will end with storm chances. Here is the latest timing with FutureTrak13.
The SkyTrak13 Weather Team is tracking a developing weather system that will bring scattered showers and storms to central Indiana later Tuesday into Wednesday. This system moves east on Thursday, along with the heat.
High with rain chances will be near 80 on Wednesday. Once that cold front moves east, our temperatures will fall. We are forecasting lows in the 50s and highs in the 70s later this week.
Thursday through Monday will be a mainly dry stretch. We are watching a couple of weak waves in the atmosphere that may bring more clouds and a few showers to the area. Right now we have the chance for a few showers in the forecast for Saturday. We will keep you updated.
The long holiday weekend will be hot and humid, with highs in the upper 80s and lower 90s. A Knozone Action Day has been declared for many central Indiana communities for Saturday. If you suffer from upper respiratory problems, you will need to take it easy this weekend. There are ways you can help with the air quality including: cutting down on short trips, waiting until after 6pm to mow the lawn and fill the gas tank.
In addition to the heat, there will be a few storms possible. Most places won’t see rain, but a pop-up storm or 2 is in the forecast through Monday. Here is the latest timing for Saturday. If that complex to our north holds together, there will be another round of storms from about noon to 6pm. Stay tuned for updates.
Better storm chances arrive for the middle part of next week. There will also be relief from the heat next week.
Temperatures will be in the range of 85-90 degrees for kick-off with heat index values 90-95 degrees. It will still be near 80 degrees for the fourth quarter.
The long holiday weekend will be hot and humid, with highs in the upper 80s and lower 90s. An Ozone Action Day has been declared for many central Indiana communities for Saturday. If you suffer from upper respiratory problems, you will need to take it easy this weekend. There are ways you can help with the air quality including: cutting down on short trips, waiting until after 6pm to mow the lawn and fill the gas tank.
In addition to the heat, there will be a few storms possible. Most places won’t see rain, but a pop-up storm or 2 is in the forecast through Monday. Better storm chances arrive for the middle part of next week. There will also be relief from the heat next week.
Hot, humid with a slight storm chance and repeat. This is the forecast through the Labor Day weekend.
It will be a muggy evening across central Indiana, with evening temperatures in the 80s and an overnight low of 70. Our Indianapolis Indians are at Victory Field for a 7:05 first pitch. We think it will be too hot for the roof to be open as our Indianapolis Colts are at Lucas Oil Stadium for a 7pm kickoff. Ball State kicks off the college football season tonight in Muncie. It will be very warm and humid for all of these events.
The Friday forecast includes a mix of sun and clouds and highs near 90 degrees. High school football games will be hot and humid on Friday night. Make sure the players take precautions from the heat. Remember to send us your pictures using the #OPFB
This 90 degree heat will last through Labor Day. There is only a slight chance for a pop-up storm over the next few days.
There are better storm chances arriving during the middle part of next week, along with a break from the 90 degree heat.
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.