It’s a beautiful day across central Indiana. We are enjoying a lot of sunshine, and temps today will top out around 84. Our normal high this time of year is 70, so we are well above average. We can’t rule out an isolated shower this afternoon, but most spots will remain dry. The Indians game kicks off at 1pm, and the weather should be beautiful!
Pollen levels remain high through Friday, but rain on Saturday will help bring the levels down.
This evening temps stay mild, as we fall to the low 60s. Tomorrow another warm day is ahead with highs in the mid 80s. There’s a chance of rain Friday, with scattered showers and thunderstorms Saturday and Sunday.
At this point we are not looking at a weekend washout.
We’ll start our day with mostly sunny skies and see clouds build in for the afternoon as highs reach the low 60s. Our normal high is 67.
Tonight skies remain partly cloudy and it won’t be as cool as temps fall to the low 40s.
Wednesday the Indianapolis Indians return home to Victory field, and it will be a great day and night. We’ll start off the day in the 40s, but noon hit 59, and tomorrow’s high will be 63.
We’ve had to add a chance of rain to the forecast Thursday, and bring down temps a bit. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible Thursday with highs in the mid to upper 50s.
By Friday we’re back to sunshine, and as of right now Saturday remains dry for the 500 Festival Mini Marathon and Rev Indy. Starting temps for runners will be around 50 degrees with partly cloudy skies.
Scattered showers and storms return to the forecast starting Sunday.
A wonderful week of warming temperatures and sunshine is settling into Central Indiana. We’re starting off cool with temps in the 30s and 40s, but the afternoon will rebound nicely.
Clouds will increase this afternoon as we’ll see partly cloudy skies, but we’re still looking for a fantastic day with highs in the upper 50s. Our normal high is 67.
We stay dry this week, and that means pollen levels will be high through Friday.
We’re watching the weekend forecast closely. Tens of thousands of runners will hit the streets of Indy for the Mini Marathon. As of right now the forecast is dry with starting temps around 50 degrees, and a high on Saturday of 75.
Even warmer weather is ahead on Sunday as we top out a few degrees shy of 80!
Saturday’s soggy weather has moved out, and a great Sunday is ahead.
Saturday, Indianapolis picked up .62″ of rain, with other totals ranging from 1-2″.
How much rain has Indianapolis picked up this month? 4.00″ of rain, and here’s how it compares to last year, and what’s normal.
Today will be a day to dry out with mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid to upper 50s. We’ll have a cool north breeze up to 15mph.
Pollen levels are low today, but they will increase starting tomorrow, and with no rain in the forecast this week, remain high.
Tonight, temps fall into the mid 30s with mostly clear skies.
The work week looks fantastic! And we warm up a little each day starting Monday.
We’re watching the Saturday forecast closely. It’s the 500 Festival Mini Marathon! Starting temps look to be in the low 50s, with afternoon highs in the mid 70s. At this time Saturday looks mainly dry. We will be updating you all week as we get closer to the big race.
After a frosty start for our Friday morning, temperatures are warming up nicely. Highs will reach the low 60s this afternoon with partly cloudy skies moving into Central Indiana.
Tonight clouds will continue to increase as temps fall into the 50s. If you have any outdoor plans, this evening looks perfect!
After midnight rain chances will increase, and rain will be likely Saturday with the chance for isolated thunderstorms.
At this time, the risk for severe weather on Saturday is more likely in southwest Indiana and the southern portion of our state.
Heavy rain and isolated thunderstorms will still be possible for Central Indiana. Here’s a look at what we can expect hour by hour.
Sunday will be a chance for Central Indiana to dry out with a mild and sunny streak setting up for next week.
The fog is gone, and temps are warming up nicely across Central Indiana. Enjoy the sunshine today and tomorrow because rain returns Sunday.
Highs will reach the mid 70s with mostly sunny skies today.
Again, pollen levels will be high.
This evening temps fall into the 60s, if you have plans, it’s going to be great!
Tomorrow morning the streets of Indianapolis will turn pink for the Komen Race for the Cure. The weather will be perfect for all those participating.
Temperatures will eventually warm into the mid to upper 70s across Central Indiana tomorrow afternoon.
Starting Sunday rain chances return, and will be off and on throughout the day.
We cool off in the 7 day with more rain chances next week.
Most of the rain has moved out of Central Indiana, but there’s still a chance for an isolated shower or thunderstorm as we go into this afternoon.
Rain totals ranged from just a trace to more than three quarters of an inch of rain in Greencastle.
The rain will help keep pollen levels down today, but they head up as early as tomorrow.
If you’re heading to the Indians game tonight temps will be comfortable and we’re looking at mainly dry conditions.
Overnight temps fall into the mid 50s as clouds break to partly cloudy skies.
Friday looks fantastic with highs in the low 70s and mostly sunny skies by late afternoon.
The best day out of the week may be Saturday! If you’re participating in the Race for the Cure, temps for the walk will be in the low 50s, but by Saturday afternoon highs will reach the low to mid 70s.
Our next chance for rain moves in on Sunday, and will stick around through Monday of next week.
In the 7 day forecast temps dip back to highs in the 50s with more rain chances beginning next Wednesday.
Central Indiana will remain mainly dry today with a chance of a few showers around Bedford and Seymour. Other than that, expect cloudy skies today turning to a mix of sun and clouds as we head late into the afternoon.
The pollen count is high today, and we won’t get much relief this week.
We remain dry tomorrow, but it will be breezy with winds gusting out of the east up to 25mph.
Late Wednesday night into Thursday we’ll start tracking showers and thunderstorms that will last until Friday.
As of now Saturday is dry, with rain chances returning Sunday.