Temperatures are in the 50s to kick off our Thursday morning, but like yesterday, thick fog has developed across portions of central Indiana.
Clouds have kept temperatures cool this week, but today we should see more sunshine mix in pushing highs into the upper 70s and low 80s.
A chance for scattered showers and storms is in the forecast Friday, it won’t be a washout with activity developing for the afternoon and evening hours with highs in the low 80s.
Saturday will be dry, with more showers and storms developing Sunday into Monday.
There will be plenty of dry time this weekend to enjoy time outdoors.
A cloudy and cool day is ahead for Central Indiana. Highs will only reach the upper 60s with a chance of a spotty shower south of I-70. Our normal high is 78, so we will stay below that today.
As we go through the day we may see a few breaks of sunshine, but it’s tonight that skies turn partly cloudy.
Overnight lows will fall into the low 50s. It will be a cool and comfortable night.
We start a warm up tomorrow with sunshine and highs in the mid 70s.
By Wednesday we’re back in the 80s.
As of right now, the forecast looks dry this week with isolated shower and thunderstorm chances moving into the forecast Friday through Sunday.
Central Indiana is warming up and drying out today. Well, most of us are. There’s a slight chance for an isolated shower in south central Indiana, but for the most part, dry and partly cloudy skies are in our forecast today. Highs will reach the mid 80s with a light breeze.
Friday we top out in the mid 80s again, but we are expecting scattered showers and thunderstorms to develop late Friday.
Saturday, showers and storms will be likely as highs warm into the upper 70s and low 80s.
Sunday, there’s an isolated chance of a shower, with much cooler air moving in. Highs Sunday will top out in the upper 60s.
Mainly dry weather sticks around for the beginning of next week, and the cool weather exits quickly. We’re already looking at warming back into the mid 80s by next Wednesday.
We will continue to watch the radar as we go into the afternoon with scattered showers and storms expected to develop. Some storms could be strong to severe, and the Storm Prediction Center has expanded the low risk area to include more of Central Indiana.
Strong/severe storms are expected to develop this afternoon and move across the state into the evening. The biggest threats are damaging wind as well as large hail. Lightning is a danger in any thunderstorm, and anything that develops today will also have very heavy rain.
Sunshine will help destabilize the atmosphere ahead of the storms developing, and temperatures will likely reach the low 80s today.
Thursday and Friday look mainly dry in the 7 day forecast with more showers and storms returning Saturday.
Another warm and humid day is ahead for Central Indiana with a chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms.
The normal low for this time of year is 56, the normal high is 76.
Today we’ll top out in the low 80s with isolated strong/severe thunderstorms during the afternoon.
The biggest severe threat is damaging winds. However, heavy rain and frequent lightning will be possible with any storm that develops.
As we lose daytime heating, the storm threat will fade, and tonight overnight lows fall into the upper 50s and low 60s.
Thursday, will be mainly dry with highs in the mid 80s. We’ll see almost an identical day Friday before more showers and storms are forecast to move in for the weekend. We will keep you posted about the timing of weekend activity so you can plan around it.