Many areas in north central Indiana have received over an inch of rain so far today. Training showers and thunderstorms will continue tonight with more heavy rain likely. Watch out for ponding on the roadways.
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect until Monday night.
Temperatures will hold near steady in the upper 40s to near 50 degrees around midnight and then fall the rest of the day on Sunday.
Temperatures will be in the low 40s by late afternoon.
The heavier rain will taper off to patchy drizzle the rest of the afternoon.
Another round of rain will move in Sunday night. There is a chance of a brief freezing rain event early Monday morning, as temperature hover near the freezing mark.
Then just rain is likely through the rest of the day.
Rain totals from these two events could be from 3 to 5 inches of rain.
Tuesday will be cloudy and dry with temperatures colder but still a few degrees above average.
There is a chance of a few light snow showers on Wednesday.
It will be cold and seasonal for New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
After a beautiful Christmas day, an active returns to central Indiana. Showers will move in by early afternoon. Rain will increase in intensity with heavy rain likely and even a few isolated thunderstorms.
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for all of central Indiana this afternoon through Sunday evening. Watch out for ponding on roads and low land flooding. The heaviest rain looks likelier this afternoon and evening and then again late Sunday night and Monday.
Some thunderstorms this afternoon and evening could be strong to severe. Temperatures will climb into the upper 50s to near 60 degrees with breezy winds out of the southeast.
Showers will continue on Sunday.
Temperatures will fall into the mid 50s by midnight tonight and will gradually fall throughout the day on Sunday, into the low 40s by late afternoon.
Another system will be on the heels of the first round of rain. More heavy rain is possible Sunday night and on Monday. There is a small chance of a brief freezing rain event Monday morning as temperatures hover near the freezing mark. Then just rain is likely through Monday night. It will be cooler Monday with afternoon with highs in the low 40s.
Rain totals over the course of the three days will be 2” to 3” of rain. Some isolated areas could pick up higher amounts.
There is a chance of a few rain showers on Tuesday with a few light snow showers possible on Wednesday.
Much cooler air arrives for the rest of the week with temperatures near normal for this time of year.
Right now, New Years Eve looks quiet and cold.
Merry Christmas! A few spotty showers are around central Indiana this morning. An area of high pressure will push in, allowing rain to come to an end from west to east by late morning.
The skies will gradually clear to partly sunny this afternoon with highs in the mid 50s.
An active pattern starts to move in late tonight. There is a chance of a few showers in south central Indiana overnight. Clouds will return and temperatures will fall into the low 40s.
Widespread rain will move in by early afternoon with a few isolated thunderstorms possible. Pockets of heavy rain will be likely with around an inch of rain possible by Saturday night.
It will be unseasonably mild with highs near 60s degrees.
Showers will continue Saturday night with more showers on Sunday. Temperatures will gradually fall throughout the day on Sunday, down into the low 40s by late afternoon.
There is a chance of a wintry mix Monday morning with more rain likely by afternoon.
Rain totals by Monday night will be from 1” to 3” across central Indiana. The heaviest rain will be in south central Indiana.
It’s the last day of fall but it will feel more like a spring day. The winter solstice is 11:49pm, marking the shortest daylight for the northern hemisphere.
Widespread rain will end by early afternoon with spotty showers possible through the day.
It will be breezy with gusts around 30 mph. The southerly winds will also allow it to be mild with highs in the low to mid 50s.
A gradual clearing continues overnight with temperatures only falling into the low 40s.
Tuesday will bring a dry day with a mix of sun and clouds. Afternoon highs will climb to near 50 degrees, more than 10 degrees above average.
Showers and thunderstorms will return Wednesday afternoon with some heavy rain possible. Afternoon highs climb into the low 60s, flirting with the record of 64 degrees, set back in 1933.
Rain will come to an end early Christmas Eve morning. It will be a bit cooler but still well above average with highs in the mid 50s.
Christmas day will be mild too with highs in the mid 50s. Rain chances return by late evening with showers becoming likely by Saturday morning.
Showers will be likely on Sunday too.
This week will be unsettled and wet. Up to 3 inches of rain will be possible by Sunday afternoon, by the time it’s all said and done.
After a blustery sunny Saturday, more mild air returns today, as well as clouds. Winds will be out of the south from 10 to 20 mph with gusts around 25 mph. The southerly component will allow temperatures to climb into the upper 40s to near 50 degrees.
Showers will move in late tonight, mainly after midnight. It will be breezy overnight too, with winds sustained 10 to 15 mph.
Showers will continue through Monday morning, with the steadiest, widespread rain during morning drive time. Temperatures will only fall into the mid 40s.
Rain will begin to taper off by late morning with a few scattered showers possible through the afternoon.
Temperatures will climb into the low 50s with breezy winds out of the south.
The winter solstice arrives at 11:49pm but it will it will feel more like fall. Temperatures will only fall to near 40 degrees Tuesday morning, which is warmer the afternoon highs this time of year.
The active weather pattern and mild temperatures will continue through the holiday week.
There is a chance of showers on Tuesday with scattered showers becoming likely again by Wednesday afternoon. Temperatures on Wednesday will soar into the low 60s.
A few showers will be possible on Christmas Eve day and it will be mild with highs in the mid 50s.
Christmas Day looks mild and dry with highs in the low 50s.
Rain chances return Christmas night and on Saturday.
Cooler air starts to move back in next Sunday.
It was a cold, blustery but sunny day with temperatures climbing into the low 30s.
It will be cold tonight with mostly clear skies and overnight lows in the mid 20s. Wind chill values will be in the teens.
More mild air starts to move in on Sunday. It will be a bit breezy with winds out of the south. Gusts will be near 25 mph. The southerly wind will allow temperatures to rebound into the upper 40s to near 50 degrees and clouds will increase through the day.
Another storm system moves in closer Sunday night. Rain will arrive after midnight and widespread rain will be likely during Monday morning drive time. Temperatures will only fall into the mid 40s.
Rain will continue at least through the early afternoon with a few scattered showers possible Monday afternoon.
Temperatures will climb into the low 50s.
While Monday will be another mild day, the winter solstice officially arrives at 11:49pm.
The holiday week will stay mild with afternoon highs in the 50s and there will be several chances of rain.
A few scattered showers will be possible Tuesday and rain will be likely on Wednesday. More scattered showers are possible on Christmas Eve day.
At this point, Christmas day looks mild and dry. Rain chances return Christmas night into Saturday.
It will be a much brighter today and no flurries are expected but it will be a blustery day. Temperatures will only climb into the low 30s, keeping wind chill values in the low to mid 20s.
Skies will be mostly clear tonight and temperatures will tumble into the mid 20s. The wind will start to turn out of the south.
Sunday will be breezy with gusts out of the south around 25 mph. Clouds will increase throughout the day with afternoon highs climbing more than 10 degrees above average, into the upper 40s.
A storm system will move in closer Sunday night. Showers will becoming likely after midnight and will continue into Monday afternoon.
While the winter solstice arrives on Monday at 11:49pm, it will be a mild week with temperatures running 15 to 20 degrees above average.
It will also be a wet Holiday week with several chances of rain through Thursday.
Right now, we are not tracking a white Christmas. At this point Christmas day looks mild and dry.
It will be mostly cloudy and cold today with a few flurries possible. It will be breezy too, keeping wind chill values in the teens and low 20s today.
A few flurries will be possible overnight, mainly in north central Indiana. Otherwise, it will be a cold night with temperatures falling into the low 20s. The last time it was that cold was on November 11th when temperatures fell to 16 degrees.
Saturday will be a sunny but blustery day with temperatures only climbing into the mid 30s. Winds will gust around 25 mph and wind chill values will be in the low to mid 20s.
More mild air arrives on Sunday as the winds turn out of the south. Clouds will increase and afternoon highs will climb into the upper 40s.
Showers will be likely late Sunday night and will continue into Monday morning.
A few more scattered showers will be possible Monday with highs in the low 50s.
An unsettled, mild pattern will continue through the Holiday week with daily chances of rain.
Another balmy December day is in store to finish off a record breaking weekend.
Temperatures will once again, soar into the upper 60s this afternoon. Winds will be a bit breezy at times, out of the south-southeast from 10 to 20 mph. It will also remain cloudy.
The Colts are in Jacksonville today and it will be warm and muggy.
An area of low pressure with an associated cold front will start to move into central Indiana late tonight. Most of today will be dry, with showers arriving around midnight from west to east. A few isolated thunderstorms will be possible too, with some rumbles of thunder.
Rainfall potential is less than a half inch by Monday afternoon.
It will be breezy overnight, with winds gusting around 30 mph. Temperatures will only fall into the upper 50s and low 60s overnight.
Rain will continue through at least mid morning, with a few areas of patchy drizzle possible during the afternoon. Temperatures will fall throughout the day, down into the upper 40s by late afternoon.
While it will still be above normal, cooler air begins to move in Monday night. Temperatures will fall into the mid 30s Tuesday morning.
Tuesday will still be a mild day, with temperatures climbing into the mid 50s.
There is a chance of a few rain showers on Wednesday with a few wet snowflakes possible Wednesday night.
Thursday will be sunny and cold with highs near normal, in the upper 30s.
A few flurries will be possible on Friday.
Records fall today! The highest minimum temperature was broken this morning when temperatures only fell to 57 degrees. The record highest minimum temperature for today was smashed as the record was 50 degrees set back in 1873 – s record that was more than 140 year old. The maximum high temperature was also broken today as temperatures soared to 70 degrees. The old record was 63 degrees, set back in 1927.
Another couple of records will likely be broken again tomorrow. The highest minimum low for tomorrow is 52 degrees, set back in 1929. Temperatures will only fall into the upper 50s tomorrow morning under cloudy skies.
The clouds and mild weather will continue through Sunday evening. Temperatures will climb back into the upper 60s to near 70 degrees with another record being threatened of being broken. The record high for Sunday is 65 degrees set back in 1975.
Changes push in Sunday night as rain will start to push in. Widespread rain is likely overnight through Monday morning. Less than a half an inch of rain is expected.
Temperatures will gradually fall on Monday, into the upper 40s by late afternoon.
Tuesday will be mild too with afternoon highs climbing into the mid 50s under mostly sunny skies.
Wednesday will be breezy with a chance of a rain / snow mix late day.
A few flurries will be possible on Thursday and Friday, as much colder December air returns.