After a cold start in the 20s, temps will warm into the 50s this afternoon with mostly sunny skies. Our normal high this time of year is in the low 60s.
Tonight temps fall into the mid 30s, and it won’t be as cold as the 20s we’re waking up to this morning. You’ll still need a heavier coat as you head out the door.
The good news, is that by tomorrow afternoon we’re back into the 60s for highs!
Rain chances return Friday, but mild highs in the 60s stick around for the weekend and into early next week.
I know we’re ready for the snow to get out of here, but this light accumulation was the first measurable April snow since 2001! A forecast high of 40 degrees would tie the record low high temp from 1928.
Winds will gust up to 25mph today out of the northwest, so our high of 40 will feel cooler.
Temps this morning are running 30+ degrees colder than yesterday morning.
Tonight temps fall into the 20s.
A warm up begins as early as tomorrow with highs in the 50s, and the 60s coming by Thursday.
Rain chances move in Friday, and become isolated by the weekend.
Sunshine returns to Central Indiana with temps near 60 today, even warmer weather moves in tomorrow!
Tonight skies will remain mostly clear with temps falling to the low 40s.
Thursday clouds will increase as we head into the afternoon with highs approaching 70! Winds will pick up for the afternoon with gusts out of the southwest up to 25mph.
Late Thursday evening a chance for showers and thunderstorms will develop.
Friday the chance of rain sticks around, but by Saturday we’re back to sunshine.
Temps stay mild, in the 60s and 70s for the weekend, however, rain chances are sprinkled in. As we get closer to the weekend we’ll keep you posted on the exact timing of the rain.
By next week, much colder air moves in.
Highs will reach the mid 50s today with the chance for a spotty shower or thunderstorm. We are not expecting rain to be as widespread or as heavy as it was yesterday. Lowland flooding may be continuing thanks to the saturated ground.
Tonight the clouds break and temps fall into the upper 30s.
Wednesday begins our warm up with highs in the low 60s, and by Thursday we could hit 70!
We do have rain chances late Thursday night, and more rounds of rain possible Sunday and Monday.
Scattered showers and an isolated thunderstorms are possible across Central Indiana today as wet weather moves in. Highs will reach the upper 40s to low 50s.
A few lingering showers will stick with us tonight with rain totals of 1/2″ to 1″ of rain by the time the rain departs.
As the wet weather departs, much warmer temps move in for the week, but not before another chance of rain on Tuesday. Highs Tuesday will reach the mid 50s, by Wednesday we’re soaking in the4 60s and by Thursday we could hit the low 70s.
Showers are coming to an end across Central Indiana, and now the wind is picking up. A Wind Advisory is in effect for Central Indiana until 8 tonight. At times, winds could gust up to 45mph.
Temps will fall into the 40s by this evening with a few rays of sunshine.
Tonight the clouds break and temps fall right around freezing. It will remain breezy with winds out of the west up to 20mph.
The weekend is looking dry, and mild. The normal high this time of year is 59. Saturday we’ll hit 53, Sunday 59.
More rain is on the horizon for Monday. At this time up to 1″ is possible.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms continue to push into Central Indiana. We are not expecting severe weather, but flooding will continue to be a concern this morning. An additional 1-2″ of rain will be possible before we start to dry out this afternoon.
Flood watches and warnings continue until later this morning, with flood warnings for area rivers going into the weekend.
Temps will rise into the mid to upper 50s, but fall into the upper 40s and low 50s this afternoon and evening. Wind gusts out of the west up to 30 to 40 mph will be possible. The rain should end by midday with a mix of sun and clouds for the afternoon.
We have a chance to dry out this weekend with sunshine and below normal highs in the 50s. The normal high for today’s date is 59.
More rain moves in Monday, and early indications are that another inch of rain is possible.
The 7 day forecast shows drying conditions next week.
A Flood Warning is in effect for Central Indiana until 3pm.
If that expires, a Flood Watch will then continue until Friday morning. Since midnight and through 11am Indy has picked up 1.25″ of rain. The record rainfall for today’s date is 1.92″ from 1892.
Showers and thunderstorms will come to a bit of a lull for the afternoon, and temps should rebound into the upper 50s/low 60s. Keep in mind a shower or thunderstorm is still possible at any time.
Central Indiana is still under a slight risk for severe storms. The best chance for severe weather will be tonight into the early hours of Friday morning. Damaging wind, isoalted tornadoes, and large hail are all threats. Flooding will continue to be a threat as well with 2-4″ of rain by Friday at noon.
Friday temps will fall, the rain comes to an end, and we will start to dry out as early as midday.
The weekend is cool and mostly sunny.