There will be a couple of rounds or rain and a few storms on Tuesday too. We are forecasting one in the morning and another later in the day. Here is the latest timing with Futuretrak13.
The dry day this week will be Wednesday, with sunshine and highs in the 60s.
Another round of rain and storms arrives on Thursday and will linger into at least early Friday. highs temperatures will be in the lower 60s for the end of the week.
Right now we have Saturday dry, with rain chances returning on Sunday.
From highs in the 80s to lows in the 30s, we are tracking the 40 degree temperature drop. The widespread heavier rain has moved east, but there is another band of showers moving toward central Indiana for Friday evening. The chance for a few showers will last through about 11pm, then skies will clear.
The cooler air is here and it will last through the weekend. Temperatures overnight will be in the upper 30s and lower 40s.
Saturday will start with a few hours of sunshine, but clouds will quickly build by mid to late morning. Scattered showers will develop too. Highs on Saturday will only be near 50 degrees. It will feel colder than that 50 degrees, with winds W 15-25 mph.
Patchy frost is possible on Sunday morning, with lows in the lower and middle 30s. Expect morning sunshine to give way to more clouds on Sunday afternoon. A spotty shower is possible again, but the showers won’t be as numerous as Saturday. Highs on Sunday will be in the middle and upper 50s.
60s return early next week and 70s are back for Thursday and Friday. We stay in an active weather pattern, with rain chances late Monday and early Tuesday and again late Thursday and Friday.
Cooler air has made its way into central Indiana. Temperatures across the northern two-thirds of the state are only in the 60s and lower 70s. This cool air has not made its way into the southern part of the state. Temperatures are still near 80 degrees in Bedford, Seymour and North Vernon. This warmer air will move back north for Wednesday and Thursday, before a bigger storm system dramatically changes our weather pattern later this week.
Temperatures overnight will be in the range of 45-50 degrees. Patchy fog is possible early Wednesday. Wednesday will be dry, with highs in the range of 75-80 degrees.
Highs on Thursday will be in the upper 70s and lower 80s. Rain chances arrive on Thursday. The heaviest rain will fall Thursday afternoon through Friday morning. A few storms are possible too. Here is the latest timing for rain and storms later Thursday through Friday morning. We will keep you updated on any and all changes to the timing of the rain later this week with FutureTrak13.
The rain and storms are associated with a cold front and there is more cold air on the way. Temperatures will only be in the 60s, with lingering rain on Friday.
Saturday will be damp and cool, with highs only in the 50s. Expect a mix of clouds and sun on Sunday, with highs only in the upper 50s and lower 60s. A few more showers may develop later Sunday and rain chances are in the forecast on Monday.
This cool and unsettled weather patter will linger through next week.
The average high drops to 73 degrees this weekend, but high temperatures will be almost 10 degrees warmer.
Skies will be mostly clear overnight, with lows in the range of 50-55 degrees. Expect a mix of sun and clouds this weekend, with highs near 80s.
This dry and warm stretch of weather will last through the middle part of next week.
We are noticing a change in the weather pattern, but the latest analysis holds off any rain chances until maybe late Thursday and Friday next week. We will keep you updated on those rain chances and the potential cooler air to follow. Have a great weekend.
The forecast for the next several days can be summed up in 3 words…sunny and 80.
Skies will be clear overnight, with lows in the upper 40s and lower 50s. Friday will be sunny and warm, with highs near 80 degrees.
It will be a great night for Operation Football. Skies will be clear and it will be warm start to the high school football games, with temperatures in the 70s. By the 4th quarter, temperatures will fall into the 60s.
The weekend forecast includes more sunshine and highs near 80 degrees too. In fact, we don’t notice a change in this quiet weather pattern until maybe Thursday of next week.
We will be tracking a transition to a colder, more active weather pattern. The active part will come first, as rain chances return toward the end of next week. The chill will follow. We will keep you updated on the timing of this big weather pattern change, but until then enjoy the sunshine and 80 degrees.
Our streak of dry and mild days continues, but there is a warmer change on the way. High temperatures today were in the 70s. We have a few days in the 80s in the SkyTrak13 7 day forecast.
More sunshine is in the forecast for Thursday and Friday, with highs in the range of 75-80 degrees.
It will stay this warm into the weekend, with highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s. A few clouds enter the picture on Sunday and Monday, but right now our weather pattern stays dry until later next week.
Right now we have the forecast dry through Wednesday. We do expect a big weather pattern change toward the end of next week, with rain chances and a big temperature drop. Stay tuned as we fine tune the timing of this big change next week.
It will be clear and cool again tonight, with low temperatures in the range of 45-50 degrees.
The Wednesday forecast is sunny and a bit warmer, with highs in the middle and upper 70s. The average high is 75 degrees for the end of September and we will be above that average through the weekend.
Highs temperatures will be in the upper 70s and lower 80s Thursday through Monday.
There is a weather system to watch early next week. The latest analysis has some tropical moisture coming our way from the Gulf of Mexico. If this holds together and stays on the same path, rain chances will return late Monday. We will keep you updated.
Fall officially begins tonight at 10:29pm and it is feeling like it. Skies will be clear and temperatures will fall into the 40s. It will be another cool night.
More sunshine is in the forecast for Tuesday. In fact, a blocking area of high pressure will keep our weather pattern dry for the next week. We are forecasting a gradual warming trend too.
Tuesday will be sunny and mild, with highs in the lower 70s. These numbers are just a few degrees cooler than the average of 75. Temperatures will swing above average on Wednesday and stay there through the weekend. We are forecasting sunshine and highs in the upper 70s Wednesday through Sunday.