If you have plans for Thursday, plan for temperatures in the 50s at 7am and near 70 degrees by noon.
High temperatures will stay in the range of 75-80 on Friday afternoon.
There will be a more summer-like feel this weekend, with highs in the lower and middle 80s. We will be tracking a developing weather system. Right now the latest analysis has the steadiest rain staying north and west on Saturday. Scattered storms become more likely on Sunday.
The higher heat and humidity will linger into early next week. Storm chances are in the forecast on Monday and Wednesday. Highs will be in the middle 80s.
There will be a few showers across central Indiana Tuesday evening. Showers will end by 9 or 10 Tuesday night and skies will start to clear. Watch for a few patches of fog again early Wednesday. Futuretrak 13 is picking up on that chance for some fog.
The bigger story continues to be the cooler than average temperature trend. It will be another cool start on Wednesday, with morning temperatures in the middle 50s. Expect a mix of sun and clouds on Wednesday, with a noon temperature near 70 degrees and highs in the upper 70s.
The average number of 90 degrees days in a year is 18. We haven’t had any 90 degree days yet and we don’t have any in the 7 day forecast.
Highs will be near 80 degrees on Thursday and Friday. Higher heat returns for the weekend. Forecast highs are in the lower and middle 80s starting Saturday.
We are still tracking the chance for weekend storms. Right now, the best chance for a few storms is on Sunday.
Expect the 80 degree heat to continue into early next week.
Keep the umbrella handy on Tuesday too. There will be a few more showers and storms possible, with highs in the middle 70s. It will still be muggy too.
A milder change arrives for mid-week. There is lots of sunshine in the forecast for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Low temperatures will be on the cooler side 55-60 degrees. High temperatures will be in the range of 75-80 degrees.
Higher heat and humidity return for the weekend, with highs in the 80s. There will be the chance for a few storms too. We will keep you updated on the timing, as we get closer to the weekend.
There will be pockets of heavy rain and a few thunderstorms through about 11pm Wednesday. We will stick with the daily chance for afternoon and evening storms, but there will also be plenty of dry weather too.
The rain chances end later Wednesday evening and it will be partly cloudy with patchy fog through early Thursday morning. Any fog that does develop will burn off quickly. There will be some sun early Thursday, with temperatures near 60 degrees. Mid-day temperatures will be in the 70s, with highs near 80 degrees.
With afternoon heating, there will be the chance for a few showers and storms on Thursday afternoon. From FutureTrak13, you can see it will not rain all day.
This daily afternoon and evening storm chances will last through Friday and the weekend. Friday is opening day at the Indiana State Fair. It will not rain all day and highs will be near 80 degrees.
The weather focus next week will shift to higher heat and humidity, as highs return to the middle and upper 80s.
Our cooler than average temperature trend in July continues. Temperatures right now are in the 70s and about 10 degrees cooler than average. It will be another cool night, with lows in the middle 50s. These numbers are about 10 degrees cooler than average.
The Wednesday forecast includes that cool start. It will also be a sunny start, with clouds building in the afternoon. Temperatures will climb into the lower 70s by noon and into the upper 70s for highs. A stray shower or storm is possible in the afternoon, but we are only expecting a couple on the radar. Most of the day will be dry.
This weather pattern will last through the start of the weekend. This means lows in the upper 50s and highs near 80 degrees. It also means a mainly dry forecast, with just slight late day rain chances.
More summer-like air arrives early next week, with the return to the middle 80s.
Expect morning sunshine, with low temperatures in the upper 40s and lower 50s. Clouds will build during the afternoon hours on Tuesday, with the chance for a stray shower or storm. Highs will only be in the lower and middle 70s.
The cooler than average temperature trend will last through the end of the week. Expect a mix of sun and clouds each day. There is also the chance for a few pop-up showers or storms during the afternoon hours. These will be spotty and there will be more dry weather than wet weather this week, with a gradual warming trend. The 80s are back for the weekend.
The weekend will be warmer and more humid too, with highs in the middle and upper 80s on Saturday and Sunday. Scattered storms are in the forecast and there is a slight risk for severe weather both days. The following graphics are FutureTrak 13 timing the storm chances for the weekend. There will be some changes to the timing and we will bring you those changes as we get new information.
Much cooler air arrives early next week. We may near record lows Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, as we forecast temperatures in the lower 50s. Highs will only be in the 70s Monday through Thursday.
Central Indiana is getting another taste of Fall in July. Temperatures on Thursday afternoon are only in the 70s and about 10 degrees cooler than average. It will be a cool Thursday evening for our Indianapolis Indians at Victory Field and for the Lady Antebellum concert at Klipsch Music Center. Temperatures will be in the lower 70s to start and then fall into the 60s as the sun sets.
Skies will be mostly clear Thursday night, with lows forecast in the lower and middle 50s. It will be a cool start to Friday. There is lots of sun in the Friday forecast, with highs in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees. You might need the jacket if you are going to IMS for the Brickyard 400 events on Friday morning. You won’t need the jacket in the afternoon, but you will need the sunblock and sunglasses. These are good things to remember if you are going to Colts Camp in Anderson on Friday afternoon.
The weekend forecast is warmer, with highs in the range of 85-90 degrees. There will also be a few complexes of storms. The latest analysis and timing shows the first complex late Friday night and early Saturday morning. This will mean some dry hours Saturday afternoon and evening. Another complex is forecast for late Saturday night and early Sunday morning. This complex should move out for a few dry hours on Sunday too. A cold front arrives later Sunday and a few more storms will be possible. This is just the latest analysis and there will be changes to the timing. We will keep you updated leading up to the weekend and all weekend long.
Behind that cold front, there will be a big drop in temperature for the last few days of July. We are only forecasting highs in the lower 70s on Monday and Tuesday.