Central Indiana is off to a dry start this morning, but scattered showers will develop especially as we head into the afternoon.
Highs will reach the mid 60s today. Our normal high is 67, so we’re close to that. Spotty showers are possible after 1pm… but will be likely by late evening.
Tonight rain will be likely, so keep the rain gear handy if you have evening plans.
Sunday, scattered showers and thunderstorms remain in the forecast. By Sunday night, up to 1/2″ of rain is possible (that’s counting today’s rain too).
The weekend won’t be a washout, but rain chances are there… and we’re nearing the wettest April on record.
Monday and Tuesday look fantastic! Highs in the 70s to kick off the work week, and we could be close to 80 Tuesday!
Stay tuned for mid week storms. The timing still needs to be worked out, but late Wednesday into Thursday and Friday showers and storms are possible.
An early look at the mini marathon shows start temps in the 30s with scattered showers. We’ll keep you posted… that’s subject to change!
A Frost Advisory is set to expire at 9am for Central Indiana, then we’ll warm into the 60s for the afternoon.
Today will be pleasant with partly cloudy skies and winds out of the south up to 10mph.
Saturday morning will be dry, but scattered showers move in for the afternoon as highs top out in the low 60s.
Off and on showers continue Saturday night and Sunday. Sunday’s high will reach the mid to upper 60s. The weekend won’t be a washout, but keep the umbrella handy!
Monday and Tuesday look to be the best days of the 7 day with sunshine and highs in the 70s… almost 80 on Tuesday.
More showers and storms roll in Wednesday.
The “normal” high this time of year is 67, today we’ll only top out in the 50s.
Mostly sunny skies with a breeze out of the west up to 15mph is expected.
Even though we are dry today, flood warnings on area rivers are still in effect.
Tonight temps fall into the mid 30s with patchy frost expected.
Friday we warm into the 60s.
The weekend doesn’t look like a washout, but we do have a chance of rain. We’re watching the weather models very closely to see just how much of the viewing area could need umbrellas.
Scattered showers will likely continue as we head into the afternoon, but the good news is, the heaviest rain continues to move out of Central Indiana.
In the last 24 hours… the rain totals have been impressive. These totals are through 10am.
A Flood Advisory is in effect for the city of Indianapolis and points west through 1:30pm.
In fact, once all the rain is added up, we’re at the third wettest April in Indianapolis history!
Scattered showers will continue as we go through the evening drive, but the rain will be light. Temps will struggle to warm into the mid 40s.
In the 7 day forecast we have another chance to dry out… with just isolated showers or storms for part of the weekend. We’ll keep you posted as we move closer to Saturday and Sunday.
Central Indiana us under a freeze warning until 8am… then we begin a slow warm for your Sunday.
Highs will reach the mid 50s today, our normal high this time of year is 65. Winds will be light out of the southeast up to 15mph with partly cloudy skies.
Tonight we won’t be as cold with temps falling to the upper 30s.
Monday, the warmth surges in… well… warm compared to the weekend! Highs will reach the mid to upper 60s as we kick off the work week with sunshine.
By Tuesday rain is likely, especially in the afternoon. As of right now up to 1″ of rain is possible through Wednesday morning. Behind the rain, temps fall into the 50s.
The chill is here. Temps are running more than 30 degrees cooler than yesterday. Flooding will continue to be a concern as we head through the day as water continues to recede.
Here are the 24 hour rainfall totals:
Flooding will continue to be a big concern as we head through the day. Temps will remain cool around 40 degrees with mostly cloudy skies. There’s a chance for spotty sprinkles or maybe even flurries as we head into the afternoon. Winds will gust out of the west up to 35mph.
Tonight temps fall near freezing, and a Freeze Watch and Frost Advisory has been issued tonight through Saturday morning.
If you’re participating in the Carmel Marathon or the Race for the Cure, prepare for a cold start.
Highs will eventually hit the low 50s with sunny skies Saturday.
We warm into the 60s by Sunday, with more thunderstorm chances by Tuesday.
As advertised, Central Indiana is waking up to scattered sprinkles. As the day goes on, clouds will clear and temps will surge into the 70s!
Highs will reach the mid 70s today with mostly sunny skies by the afternoon. Winds will gust out of the southeast up to 30mph.
Tonight we remain mild and dry as lows drop to the low 50s.
Monday morning we may see a few isolated shower or storms, then the day should dry out until late afternoon and evening. Not everyone will see rain.
The 7 day forecast is warm and stormy. It will not rain every hour of every day, but scattered showers and storms are possible each day through Thursday. Some storms may be strong to severe so we’re watching each day very closely as we head into Wednesday and Thursday.
This week 1 to 3″ of rain is possible.
Check out the big cool down Friday. Rain stays in the forecast with highs only topping out in the 40s.
If you’re heading out to Komen’s Race for the Cure Saturday morning, as of **right now** we look dry, but it will be chilly with temps in the mid 30s.
Mostly cloudy skies look to linger for much of the day in Central Indiana, but most neighborhoods will warm into the 50s. Our normal high this time of year is 63.
Today we’ll see a spread of temps from the upper 40s to the mid to upper 50s because of cloud cover. Communities north of I-70 will hang onto cloud cover longer, limiting temps today. Everyone will experience breezy conditions with winds gusting out of the west up to 20mph.
If you have evening plans, the weather looks perfect! Check out these temps:
Tonight temps drop to the low 40s, and very early Sunday morning, a few sprinkles are possible. Those will clear out quickly, and highs Sunday rebound into the 70s! A strong south breeze up to 25mph will pump in the warm air.
The 7 day forecast is very active. Starting Monday we have a daily chance of showers and storms. We will be watching for the potential for severe storms this week as temps remain mild.