After a stormy morning shower and thunderstorms are moving out of Central Indiana, and the sunshine is moving in, but that’s not necessarily a good thing. Sunshine will help aid our storm development as we go into the afternoon. Highs will reach the upper 80s to low 90s today, with oppressive humidity.
Storms should start to develop after 1pm, and we are under a risk for severe weather through the evening.
The biggest threats are damaging wind and localized flooding.
The storms should exit by 9pm tonight, with lows dropping into the low 70s by tomorrow morning.
Thursday will be breezy, with wind gusts up to 25mph out of the northwest, and there’s a very slight chance for an afternoon shower. Highs will warm into the mid 80s, and it won’t be as humid.
The humidity will continue to be comfortable Friday for our coolest high in the 7 day forecast. We’ll be back in the 90s by Sunday.
As expected, scattered storms will be on the radar this afternoon, however not everyone will see rain. Those that do, will likely have heavy downpours, and frequent lightning in thunderstorms.
Some storms may be strong to severe with damaging wind and hail, however flooding will also be a concern as these rainmakers are slow movers.
Spots that don’t see rain will warm into the upper 80s to low 90s this afternoon.
Tonight rain and storm chances remain, but will diminish in coverage.
We’ll prepare for more tomorrow, with a greater chance of severe storms. We will be watching the radar, for damaging wind and large hail, especially during daytime heating in the afternoon.
After Wednesday, we start to dry out with just isolated rain chances Thursday, and a brief break from the heat before another run at the low 90s by Monday.
Good afternoon, another hot day is ahead for Central Indiana with temperatures well above normal for this time of year. The normal high is 82, and today we’re looking to hit 90 for our third day in a row.
Dew points are pretty comfortable outside right now, but will increase as we go into tomorrow and Wednesday. Today will be dry, and we are expecting a mainly dry night tonight as temps fall into the low 70s.
Very early tomorrow morning there’s a chance for a shower or thunderstorm, but that will become more likely as we go into Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday.
Temps will remain warm and in the upper 80s and low 90s through Wednesday, but will feel much warmer as dew points climb back into the 70s by Wednesday.
Wednesday we will also be watching for the possibility of strong to severe storms. Damaging wind and very heavy rain that could lead to localized flooding is the biggest threat.
We will dry out and “cool” off a bit by Thursday, and as of now the weekend is looking pleasant.
After a soaker of a Saturday we’ll start to dry out tonight.
Check out some of these rain totals from today!
An isolated shower or storm is possible tonight as temps fall into the low 60s, but most areas should remain dry.
Sunday morning we could see patchy fog. Highs will reach the mid 70s with a chance for a few showers or storms in the afternoon.
In the 7 day forecast we keep isolated rain and storm chances in the forecast Monday, but cool into the 70s by Tuesday before another warm up arrives by Wednesday into next weekend.
As expected, heavy rain is pushing into Central Indiana. In some areas, under heavier bands of rain and storms a quick 1-2″ of rain will be possible as it moves through.
Some storms could be strong to severe with damaging wind and small hail. Remember, lightning is a danger in any thunderstorm. If you hear thunder, or see lightning, you need to go indoors to be safe.
As of right now, the heaviest rain looks to move through by 7pm, however, spotty showers and the chance for an isolated storm will still exist after that point.
Temperatures are topping out in the low 70s today, but will drop to the low 60s tonight as drier weather moves in and the rain gradually ends by midnight.
Sunday highs will reach the mid 70s and we’ll start off dry. A few spotty showers are possible in the afternoon. Sunday will be the drier day of the weekend.
We’ll see a quick warm up for Monday, followed by a quick cool down for Tuesday, then temps are back in the 80s starting Wednesday and getting warmer for the weekend.
Showers and thunderstorms will be likely across Central Indiana today as highs reach the low 70s. At times, some storms could be strong to severe, with damaging wind the top threat.
If you have outdoor plans today, keep an eye on Live Doppler 13 Radar by downloading our free SkyTrak13 Weather App. In any thunderstorm that develops today, very heavy rain will be possible.
In some of the heaviest storms some areas could pick up 1-2″ of rain.
Lightning is always a danger in thunderstorms. When thunder roars, go indoors.
The rain comes to an end late this evening and into tonight as temps fall into the low 60s.
Sunday will be drier than Saturday, however, rain chances return by midday. At this point scattered light rain will be possible Sunday afternoon.
Highs will reach the mid 70s with winds gusting out of the west up to 25mph.
Monday will be mainly dry with west wind gusts up to 25mph and highs in the low 80s.
Cooler air moves in Tuesday with a high in the low 70s.
Later in the work week, the heat is back on as temps rise to the mid 80s. Our average high this time of year is 79.
Enjoy the warmth and mix of sun and clouds in the forecast today, it will be one of the warmest days in this 7 day forecast.
Highs will reach the low to mid 80s today.
After midnight tonight a few showers are possible, and we could hear a few rumbles of thunder too.
Rain and storms will be likely Saturday and we could see a few strong to severe storms, so we will be watching the radar closely.
Right now Sunday starts off dry, however in the afternoon and evening a few scattered showers will be possible as temps reach the mid to upper 70s.
Temps will cool into the 70s for part of the 7 day forecast, but by the middle of next week we’ll start to warm up again.
This afternoon highs will reach the low to mid 80s across Central Indiana.
We will be watching the radar, especially south of I-70 where isolated shower and thunderstorms will be possible this afternoon. Pockets of heavy rain are expected where activity develops.
Tonight skies will continue to clear and it will be a comfortable evening to check out the Indianapolis Indians take the field.
Tomorrow highs are back in the 80s with partly cloudy skies.
Saturday we will once again be tracking scattered showers and storms. Some may be strong to severe, so we are keeping an eye on the weekend forecast.
Much cooler weather is on the way beginning Sunday with highs in the 70s and a chance for an isolated shower.
As we go into this afternoon scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop. Some storms may be strong to severe, and we’re under a very low risk for severe storms. The biggest threat will be for damaging wind and hail. However, lightning is always a threat from any storm, and any cell that develops will produce heavy rain.
Highs will reach the low to mid 80s today, and the humid conditions will continue today.
Tonight temps will fall into the upper 60s with storms coming to an end early in the evening. Tomorrow we should see a mainly dry day. There’s a slight chance of a few isolated showers or storms in our southern viewing area. Friday will be dry with highs in the low 80s, and there are big changes around the corner for the weekend, and that includes much cooler temps with highs in the 70s. We will be monitoring the radar Saturday because scattered storms are possible, and some could be strong to severe.
There is a chance for an isolated shower or thunderstorm late this afternoon in the heat of the day, as highs reach the low to mid 80s.
Remember that you can always have access to live Doppler 13 radar by downloading our free skytrak13 weather app.
Tonight temperatures only cool into the upper 60s, with mostly cloudy skies and the mugginess.
The heat and humidity will be sticking around through the holiday weekend. Saturday highs will reach the mid 80s. If you’re going to the IPL 500 Festival Parade, make sure to wear sunscreen, and stay hydrated. There’s a chance for an isolated shower or storm.
For the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500 we have to keep isolated storm chances in the forecast too as highs reach the mid 80s. It’s going to be a warm day at the track, with the humidity staying in the forecast.
We don’t cool down in the 7 day forecast with highs and lows running almost 10 degrees above average. Our average high this time of year is 76, our average low is 56.