The beautiful holiday weekend continues today. Patchy fog is likely this morning with mostly sunny skies later. Afternoon highs will climb into the low to mid 80s.
More heat and more humidity arrive on Monday with temperatures climbing into the mid to upper 80s.
A cold front will push into central Indiana early Tuesday morning. Showers and a few thunderstorms are likely by mid morning Tuesday through the evening. Right now, no severe weather is expected.
The unsettled pattern continues through most of the work week.
It has been a fantastic Fourth and the quiet, dry weather continues through the rest of the holiday weekend.
It will be a glorious night for fireworks with mostly clear skies. With sunset around 9:15pm across central Indiana, most fireworks will shoot off during the 9 o’clock hour. Temperatures will be in the mid 70s, falling into the low 70s during the 10 o’clock hour.
Patchy fog is possible early Sunday morning with temperatures in the low to mid 60s.
Sunday will be mostly sunny and a bit warmer as the winds start to turn out of the southeast. Afternoon highs will climb into the mid 80s, near normal for this time of year.
The warming trend continues on Monday with increasing humidity. Afternoon highs will climb into the mid to upper 80s.
A cold front will arrive late Monday night, bringing scattered showers and thunderstorms Tuesday and Wednesday.
The unsettled pattern continues through the work week.
Happy Independence Day! The weather pattern will finally change, feeling much more like a typical July weekend, just in time for the holiday. Patchy fog is possible this morning and clouds will continue to thin out. It will be mostly sunny by afternoon with highs in the low 80s.
It will be a fantastic night for outdoor plans across central Indiana with mostly clear skies. If you are heading to Victory Field for the Indians game, temperatures will be in the low 80s during the first pitch at 6:05pm.
The Freedom Blast fireworks kick off at 9:45pm and temperatures will be falling into the mid 70s.
And if you are set to enjoy the live music at IMS, temperatures will fall into the low 70s during that fireworks display at 11:30pm.
Temperatures will eventually fall into the low to mid 60s Sunday morning under mostly clear skies.
The warming trend will continue on Sunday with after highs climb to near normal for this time of year, into the mid 80s. It will be mostly sunny with light breezes out of the southeast.
Monday will be hot and sunny with temperatures climbing into the mid to upper 80s.
By Monday night, a cold front will bring a chance of showers and thunderstorms. The active pattern will settle in for most of the week.
The active pattern continues today as an area of low pressure slowly moves along the Ohio River Valley. A few more spotty showers are likely this afternoon into the early evening, mainly along and south of I-70.
Clouds will slowly clear out from north to south with afternoon highs climbing into the mid to upper 70s.
It will be mostly clear by early Saturday morning with wake up temperatures in the low 60s.
Independence Day will be fantastic with mostly sunny skies and highs in the low 80s.
It will be pleasant for fireworks with mostly clear skies and temperatures will be in the mid 70s during the 9 o’clock hour. Sunset is at 9:16pm.
Sunday will be partly cloudy and warmer with highs in the mid 80s.
A cold front will start to push in late Monday night bringing a chance of showers and thunderstorms. The system looks like it will stall out, keeping a chance of showers in the forecast Tuesday and Wednesday.
Father’s Day started off bumpy this morning with areas receiving straight line winds. Here are some tweets that were send this morning.
After a warm and humid first day of summer, there is the risk of a strong to severe thunderstorm this evening. The best chance of stronger storms could set up along and south of I-70.
The main hazards are damaging winds and large hail.
Storms should exit central Indiana by midnight. Temperatures will fall to around 70 degrees by morning.
Another round of thunderstorms will be possible on Monday and there is the risk of strong to severe thunderstorms once again. This time, the best threat will be north of I-70, during afternoon into the evening.
Temperatures will climb into the upper 80s.
Daily chances of thunderstorms will continue through the week with temperatures running well above average. The humidity sticks around too.
Cooler and less humid conditions arrive next weekend.
Happy Father’s Day! Some strong storms moved over central Indiana during the overnight hours. There were reports of gusty winds and hail. Heavy pockets of rain also fell. Here is a picture from Anderson, along 400N and 200E, where strong winds brought down a Redbud tree.
A few more lighter showers will fall this morning with a gradual clearing by late morning.
It’s also the first day of summer. It will still be a mostly cloudy day with warm and humid conditions. Afternoon highs will climb into the mid 80, making it feel like summer.
This afternoon, scattered thunderstorms will be possible, especially south of I-70. Some storms could be strong but the main threat of severe weather will be south along the Ohio River Valley.
Storms will continue into the evening, tapering off around midnight. Overnight lows will fall into the low 70s.
Another chance of scattered thunderstorms rolls in Monday afternoon.
The unsettled, warm and humid pattern continues through the work week.
The unsettled pattern continues as high water continues to be a concern and rivers flow over their banks.
Another round of thunderstorms will push in late tonight, mainly after midnight.
There is a slight risk of a strong or severe thunderstorm, mainly in west central Indiana, including Benton and Warren counties. Damaging winds, isolated tornadoes and heavy rain are possible. A Tornado Watch is in effect for western Illinois now.
Temperatures will fall into the low 70s Sunday morning with showers and thunderstorms ending early.
While Sunday is Father’s Day, it is also the first day of summer. It will feel more like summer with high heat and humidity. Afternoon highs will climb into the upper 80s.
More scattered thunderstorms are likely by the afternoon and the threat of severe storms returns.
The best chance of strong to severe storms will be along and south of I-70. Storms should end before midnight.
The active weather continues on Monday and Tuesday with more thunderstorms possible. The heat and humidity stick around too. The pattern looks to change by the end of the work week with cooler air arriving.
The remnants of Bill will continue to push east this morning across southern Indiana. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for southern Indiana until 8pm this evening.
Heavy rain will continue into the early afternoon. There are also several river warnings in effect too. Creeks, streams and rivers are running high due to the heavy rain that has trained over the area this week. While more unsettled weather will bring additional rain to central Indiana, it won’t be as heavy.
It will be warm and humid today with highs in the low 80s.
There is a chance of showers and thunderstorms this afternoon with a better chance of thunderstorms late tonight. There is a chance of a strong to severe storm later this evening.
A frontal system will bring a line of storms into the area, mainly after midnight. Some gusty winds will be possible. Temperatures will only fall into the low 70s.
More showers and thunderstorms will be possible Father’s Day afternoon with warm and humid conditions. Some storms could be strong to severe, with damaging winds and a few isolated tornadoes possible. Afternoon highs will climb into the upper 80s.
The weather pattern will remain unsettled next week, with daily chances of showers and thunderstorms. It will also be warm and humid, with temperatures running well above normal.