Patchy dense fog is developing this morning, especially in north central Indiana, with visibility down to less than a quarter mile in some locations. A few spotty showers and isolated thunderstorms are slowly drifting northeast, mainly along and south of I-70.
Fog will gradually lift by late morning but the clouds will remain. More widely scattered showers and thunderstorms will develop this afternoon and evening, along a cold front.
A few storms could be strong to severe, with the main threats being damaging winds and large hail. It will be warmer today, with afternoon highs climbing into the upper 60s and low 70s.
Rain will taper off early Monday morning with temperatures falling into the upper 40s.
Monday will be cool and cloudy with a few afternoon spotty showers possible. Afternoon highs will struggle to climb to 60 degrees.
Tuesday will be dry and seasonal with highs in the upper 60s.
Afternoon and evening showers will be possible Wednesday into Thursday but a dry pattern will move in by Thursday afternoon.
Right now, next weekend looks dry and pleasant.
It has been a wet day with widespread rain bringing most areas a half inch to three quarters of an inch of rain.
The steadier showers have ended but scattered showers will continue this evening. The Storm Prediction Center has downgraded the risk for central Indiana but there is still a low risk of severe storms along and south of I-70. The main threats are damaging winds and large hail from the thunderstorms.
The thunderstorm activity will wind down around midnight with cloudy skies remaining. Temperatures will hold near steady in the mid 50s overnight. A few more showers and isolated thunderstorms are possible Sunday morning.
Another round of showers and thunderstorms looks likely Sunday afternoon through early Monday morning.
Most of central Indiana is outlined for a risk of severe thunderstorms Sunday. Some storms could produce strong winds and large hail.
Sunday afternoon will be warmer too, with highs in the upper 60s.
Monday will be cloudy and cooler with highs in the low 60s.
Tuesday will be dry with partly sunny skies and highs in the upper 60s.
More rain is possible Wednesday but drier air should take over Thursday on through the weekend, just in time for the One-America 500 Festival Mini-Marathon on Saturday.
Unsettled weather returns for the weekend with widespread rain moving in by mid morning today. Steady rain with a few isolated thunderstorms will continue into the late afternoon.
It will be a cloudy, damp day with temperatures only climbing into the upper 50s.
The Storm Prediction Center has central and south central Indiana under a risk of severe weather late afternoon into the evening. The better chance of storms will be along a Vincennes – Bedford- Seymour line. Damaging winds and large hail will be the main threats but a few isolated tornadoes can’t be ruled out. The Skytrak13 Weather Team will keep you updated through the evening. Make sure you have the SkyTrak13 Weather App on your phone, to receive notifications of warnings in your area.
Temperatures will hold near steady overnight and rain will diminish.
There will be many dry hours on Sunday but scattered showers will still be possible, especially during the afternoon. It will be warmer too, with temperature climbing into the upper 60s to near 70 degrees.
It will be mostly cloudy and cooler Monday with highs in the low 60s.
Tuesday will be dry and brighter too, with highs in the upper 60s.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms return by Wednesday afternoon.
Temperatures climbed into the mid 60s yesterday afternoon, near normal for this time of year. Today, temperature will be running 10 degrees above average, climbing into the mid to upper 70s. It will be a sunny, pleasant Sunday afternoon with breezes out of the south.
It will be mostly clear and mild this evening. Temperatures will only fall into the mid 50s.
Monday will be warm and breezy with temperatures soaring to 80 degrees. Clouds will begin to increase Monday afternoon with gusts around 25 mph.
A front approaches Monday evening, bringing a chance of a few showers and isolated thunderstorms. The best chance will be in north central Indiana.
The front will slide south on Tuesday morning, keeping chances of rain in the forecast during the day Tuesday, especially south of I-70.
Wednesday will be wet, with scattered showers likely and a few thunderstorms possible.
Rain will continue Wednesday evening with a chance of scattered showers again on Thursday.
Drier air returns on Friday with sunny skies.
Temperatures will remain above normal into next weekend.
It was a lovely April spring day with the skies clearing out to sunshine and highs in the mid 60s. It will be a nice evening with temperatures falling into the upper 50s later this evening. Temperatures eventually fall into the mid 40s Sunday morning.
The winds will pick up out of the southwest Sunday and that wind will allow temperatures to climb into the upper 70s and low 80s. Winds may be a bit gusty at times, near 20 mph.
A more active weather pattern arrives during the work week. Monday will likely be the warmest day of the week with clouds increasing and temperatures climbing into the low 80s.
There is a chance of showers and thunderstorms Monday evening with storms likely on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. There is a chance of a few strong to severe storms on Wednesday and possibly Thursday. The Skytrak13 Weather Team will keep you posted as the system moves in closer.
Temperatures will remain above average through the work week.
High pressure returns this weekend, creating a beautiful, dry, sunny weekend. Patchy fog is possible this morning with mostly sunny skies this afternoon. Winds will be out of the north with highs in the mid to upper 60s.
It’ll be mostly clear and near normal overnight with lows in the mid 40s.
Sunday will bring a fantastic finish to the weekend with mostly sunny skies and highs near 80 degrees. Winds will be a bit breezy, out of the south-southwest.
Active spring weather moves in next week with the threat of showers and thunderstorms returning as early as Monday evening.
Monday will be a warm day with afternoon highs climbing into the low 80s.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms are in the forecast from Monday evening through Thursday evening.
A few strong storms are possible on Wednesday. The Skytrak13 Weather Team will keep you updated on the timing and threat of the storms, as the system evolves.
Temperatures will be running near or above normal through the work week.
Keep the windows open and enjoy the mild temperatures and low humidity! The average high for this time of year is 64 and the average low is 43. Temperatures will continue to run more than 10 degrees above average over the next few days, as a ridge in the upper levels keeps central Indiana quiet and sunny. The warm April sunshine will allow temperatures to climb into the upper 70s today.
It will be mostly clear tonight with a low in the mid 50s.
Monday will be the warmest of the next 7 days with temperatures climbing to 80 degrees.
The ridge in the upper levels starts to break down on Tuesday. It will still be mild with a few more clouds and a slight chance of a spotty shower. Afternoon highs climb into the low 70s.
There is a chance of a few showers again on Wednesday but scattered showers and thunderstorms become likely by Thursday.
Temperatures will remain above normal through the weekend.
While it was not a record breaking day, temperatures climbed into the upper 70s today. It will be a clear and mild evening with temperatures only falling into the low to mid 50s.
The mid-May temperatures will continue for the next couple of days. Sunday will be sunny and warm with temperatures climbing back into the upper 70s.
The ridge of high pressure will continue to dominate the Mid West, blocking rain to the west. Monday will likely be the warmest day in the next 7 days with highs near 80 degrees.
The ridge will begin to break down on Tuesday and Wednesday, bringing a slight chance of a few showers.
Better chances of showers and thunderstorms, holds off until Thursday.
A stretch of beautiful, sunny and mild conditions continue well into next week. If you’ve been craving to get outside, this is a great weekend to take advantage of the fantastic weather.
It will be perfect conditions for this morning’s Race for a Cure at Military Park in White River State Park. Registration is from 7:00-8:30am and temperatures will be in the low 50s. The race begins at 8am and temperatures will be in the mid-50s. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 60s by late morning. If you are attending this special event, please tweet us pictures or post to our Facebook page. We’d love to hear why you are participating.
The afternoon will be bright and gorgeous with light winds out of the southeast. Afternoon highs will be in the mid-70s, running more than 10 degrees above average.
The ridge of high pressure will dominate well into next week. That will keep the winds light and dew points low.
Temperatures will only fall in the mid-50s Sunday morning with another terrific rebound into the mid to upper 70s by afternoon.
Monday will likely be the warmest day of the next 7 days, with sunny, dry conditions and highs in the upper 70s.
There are slim chances of rain on Tuesday and Wednesday with a better chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms holding off until Thursday.
Temperatures will be climbing well above average this afternoon. Will it be a record breaking day? Not quite… the record for today is 84 degrees, set back in 2002. It will be sunny with light breezes out of the southeast and afternoon highs will climb into the low 70s.
Last night was an awesome night for baseball at Victory Field. The Indians are back again tonight with the first pitch at 7:15pm. It will be warmer than last night, with temperatures in the upper 60s at first pitch.
Temperatures will fall into the low 60 by the end of game. It’ll be mostly clear and mild overnight with a low near 50 degrees.
It will be an awesome morning for Race for the Cure at Military Park in White River State Park. Registration is from 7-8:30am with temperatures around 50 degrees. If you’ve participated in the event in the past, you know that it is quite special. The Opening Ceremony and the Pink Parade of survivors starts at 7:30am. Take lots of pictures and post them on our Facebook page or tweet them to @wthrcom.
The sunny and dry conditions continue through Monday with highs in the mid 70s and lows near 50 degrees.
A few more clouds filter in Tuesday through the work week with just a slight chance of rain on Thursday.