Good morning! We’re off to a cool start this Tuesday morning, our first full day of fall. Temps are pretty similar to what we woke up to yesterday. Most spots are in the 40s this morning. The satellite/radar is clear and will remain that way today with plenty of sunshine. Yesterday’s high was 66 degrees, today we’ll top out in the low 70s.
Tonight temps fall into the 40s and low 50s with mostly clear skies.
Tomorrow we’ll add a few degrees to the high, with temps in the mid 70s, and sunny skies.
We just crossed into fall, but our first frost/freeze could be right around the corner. The average date for a low temp of 36 or lower is October 11th. For 32 or lower it’s October 14th, and a hard freeze with a low of 28 or lower is November 2nd.
If you’re not ready for the cold just yet, don’t worry, the 7 day forecast is looking beautiful with highs approaching 80 for the weekend.
A fantastic forecast is ahead for Central Indiana this week filled with plenty of sunshine and cool temps. Highs today will only reach the mid 60s. That’s below our “normal” high of 75 this time of year.
Tonight temps fall into the mid 40s with mostly clear skies.
Pollen levels are down across the state, so hopefully your allergies are better if you’re an allergy sufferer.
Rain chances look slim to none this week, here’s how much rain we’ve picked up so far this month.
If it’s a little too cool too early for you, a warm up is coming our way as we head later into the week.
Pockets of heavy rain and thunderstorms will be around throughout the day, but it’s as we get into the afternoon/evening that the threat for severe storms goes up.
All of Central Indiana is under a “slight” risk for severe storms.
The biggest threats are damaging wind, and flooding due to heavy rain. Most of Central Indiana is under a flash flood watch until late tonight. Rain totals could amount to 1-2″ of rain with some isolated areas picking up, up to 3″ of rain.
The timing for strong to severe storms is 4pm to 12am. The rain and clouds cover we have right now, could help to keep the severe threat down.
On Futuretrak13 you can see more showers and storms develop and move through tonight as a cold front pushes across the state.
Behind the storms will be much cooler and drier air with highs in the 60s and some overnight lows in the 40s.
After a stormy morning across Central Indiana, we’re finally starting to dry out. However, don’t put that umbrella away just yet! We’ll still be tracking isolated showers and storms this afternoon.
Check out just how much rain we picked up across Central Indiana.
Some radar estimated totals approach up to 4″ of rain.
The heaviest rain fell south of I-70.
Highs today will rebound into the low 80s with a chance for an isolated shower or storm.
Tonight skies clear and temps fall into the 60s, patchy fog will be possible by early Wednesday morning.
Wednesday will be beautiful with highs in the mid 80s. The upper 80s return by Thursday and Friday with storm chances, and a cool of for the weekend.
It’s a warm and muggy Labor Day across Central Indiana. The cloud cover has kept our shower and thunderstorm activity to a minimum, and will help us as we go into this evening too.
The latest outlook from the Storm Prediction Center has taken Indiana out of the risk for severe storms.
An isolated strong storm is still possible as we go into this afternoon and tonight.
This is the potential rainfall this afternoon through Tuesday night.
In the 7 day forecast we approach the 90 degree mark for highs again before we cool off for the weekend.
Happy Friday! Current temperatures across central Indiana are comfortable this morning in the 60s and 70s.
More humidity will be returning today as highs top out in the upper 80s.
The satellite/radar is clear now, however, more scattered showers and storms are expected to develop this afternoon and evening.
Allergy suffers, pollen levels remain high and are expected to do so for the next few days.
If you’re heading out to operation football this evening, take the rain gear as scattered showers and storms will be possible.
Futuretrak13 shows the showers and storms developing today.
This is just the start of what could be a rainy and stormy weekend.
Saturday we’re back in the 80s again, but more showers and storms will develop for the late afternoon/evening.
By Sunday night 1-3” of rain is possible for Central Indiana.
In the 7 day we remain warm with daily rain chances into early next week.
Good morning! Temps across Central Indiana are in the 60s and 70s this morning. The satellite/radar is mostly clear so we’ll start off with sunshine and see clouds increase as we go through the day. A mainly dry day is ahead with temps in the mid 80s.
If you’re heading to the Indians game tonight, the forecast looks great! Partly cloudy skies with a first pitch temp in the low 80s!
Tonight temps fall to the upper 60s with partly cloudy skies.
The 90s return as early as tomorrow and a stormy weekend is ahead. Friday afternoon showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop.
As of right now the day time hours on Saturday look mainly dry, however, late Saturday, showers and storms move in and stick around Sunday as temps for the second half of the weekend top out in the low 80s. A daily chance of showers and storms remains in the 7 day forecast.
Good morning! We’re off to another mild and muggy start with partly cloudy skies to kick off your Wednesday morning. Temps across Central Indiana are in the 60s and 70s, and with dew points around 70 degrees, the heavy sticky air will continue today. The latest satellite radar shows a few clouds across our area, but we’re dry. Patchy fog is possible this morning, especially in areas that received heavy rain Tuesday afternoon. For the past two days we’ve hit 90 degrees, today we should only top out in the mid 80s with afternoon showers and storms developing.
Pollen levels remain high today and through the weekend.
If you have plans this afternoon or tonight, scattered showers and storms will be possible, very similar to what we’ve seen the last couple of days. Just like the last few days not everyone will see rain. Some storms that develop may be strong/severe, but widespread severe weather is not expected.
Tonight temps fall into the 60s and 70s with an isolated shower or storm.
Tomorrow afternoon storm chances will develop again as temps stay in the mid 80s.
More heat and humidity is ahead in the 7 day. A daily chance for showers and storms will stick with us as our summer patter holds through next week.