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.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be likely today. Some storms could be strong to severe, and all of Central Indiana is under a slight risk for severe storms. The biggest threats are damaging wind, isolated tornadoes, hail and localized flooding.
Strong storms with frequent lightning will be around this morning. Isolated severe storms are possible. We will see a break in the rain in the late afternoon, but tonight a strong cold front will move through, once again prompting the concern for strong to severe storms.
Be weather aware today, and make sure you have a way to get watches and warnings.
A Flood Watch is still in effect for all of Central Indiana until Friday morning. Besides the threat for severe storms, flooding is a big concern. Two to four inches of rain is possible by Friday.
Hour by hour heavy rain along with severe storms will be possible for Central Indiana.
We dry out for the weekend, with temps cooling into the 50s.
Our soggy stretch begins today and by Friday up to 4″ of rain is possible across Central Indiana.
This a look at the potential rain amounts by Friday. We are keeping a close eye on where the heaviest rain will fall, this could change, so check back often.
Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms are likely today with temps reaching the upper 50s.
A Flood Watch goes into effect tonight and will expire Friday.
Early Thursday morning, a round of showers and thunderstorms will be likely. Thursday all of Central Indiana is under a slight risk for severe storms.
The timing for possible severe storms will be Thursday evening into Friday morning. Damaging wind is the top threat. An isolated tornado cannot be ruled out along with hail, and again, flooding could be an issue.
We dry out for the weekend before more rain moves in next Monday.
Enjoy the sunshine today, because soggy weather starts late tonight and tomorrow.
Highs will reach the low to mid 60s today with mostly sunny skies. Winds will gust out of the southwest up to 30mph.
Tonight temps drop into the 40s with showers and storms developing after midnight.
Starting Wednesday through Friday a daily chance of thunderstorms is in the forecast. At times, rain will be very heavy, and for Thursday we are tracking the possibility of strong to severe storms.
By Friday afternoon 2-4″ of rain will be possible.
Temps stay pretty mild despite the rain through Friday.
We dry out for the weekend, but turn cool with highs only in the 50s.
More wet weather will return as soon as Monday.
Enjoy the warmth today!
Highs will reach the mid to upper 60s today with partly cloudy skies. Wind gusts up 30mph out of the south will make for a breezy day.
Tonight an isolated shower is possible as lows drop to around 50.
Tuesday will be another breezy today with wind gusts up to 30mph and highs around 60.
Enjoy the sunshine while it lasts, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday scattered showers and thunderstorms will be likely.
At this time next week weekend looks dry and sunny as temps dip back into the 40s and 50s.
Keep the rain gear handy today as showers and isolated thunderstorms will be likely across the state.
Highs will reach the low 50s with wind gust out of the south up to 40mph.
Tonight, the rain continues, but should end early Friday morning. Up to 1″ of rain is possible by Friday morning.
Friday will continue to be breezy with wind gusts out of the northwest up to 30mph.
More rain moves in Saturday with a high in the 40s before sunshine and the 50s come Sunday.
Enjoy the sunshine today, as we get deeper into the 7 day forecast, scattered showers and thunderstorms will be likely with a warm up on the way.
Highs will reach 40 degrees today with mostly sunny skies. Winds will be light out of the southwest up to 10 mph.
Tonight skies become cloudy with rain developing after midnight. Temps will steadily rise after midnight.
Thursday scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will be likely. Wind gusts out of the south up to 40mph are possible.
Friday a spotty shower is possible with highs in the mid 50s.
Saturday rain returns, but by Sunday we could see the low 60s with sunshine.