Cooler weather is settling into Central Indiana, and as temperatures go down, rain chances go up.
Highs will reach the upper 60s to low 70s today with rain chances increasing this afternoon. An isolated thunderstorm will be possible too.
Activity on the radar should become more isolated for the early evening, but plan on isolated showers if you’re heading out for Operation Football tonight.
Overnight lows fall into the upper 40s and low 50s. It will be a cool start to the weekend.
Saturday highs only warm into the mid 60s. We’ll see isolated shower chances throughout the day, however, the day will not be a washout.
Sunday will be partly cloudy with highs in the 70s, and for now, we only get warmer from there. By Wednesday, highs will be back in the low 80s, with more rain chances arriving Thursday.
A beautiful afternoon is ahead for Central Indiana as highs reach the upper 70s and low 80s today with mostly sunny skies.
Tonight lows will fall into the 50s, but even cooler overnight lows are ahead in the 7 day forecast.
Friday will be much cooler with highs in the low 70s with a chance of rain in the afternoon and evening.
We’ll be watching the forecast closely especially for Operation Football. Right now, you should expect a few rain showers.
Even cooler temperatures move in for the weekend. Saturday we’ll see highs in the mid 60s with a chance of rain, and Sunday we’ll only warm up to 70.
The average high for this time of year is 80, so we’re below that most of this 7 day forecast. We start a bit of a warm up as we head into the middle of next week.
Much cooler temperatures and rain showers have moved into Central Indiana, and will be with us for the afternoon and early evening.
The rain is expected to end this evening from west to east.
If you’re going to the Indians game, it should be mainly dry.
Overnight lows fall into the low 60s and tomorrow we’ll see partly cloudy skies with highs in the upper 70s.
We’re watching Friday closely, it looks like we may see some scattered showers for the afternoon and evening. We’ll keep you posted on that as we prepare for Operation Football. The weekend gets cool in the 7 day forecast and both Saturday and Sunday morning we could see morning lows in the 40s. Our average high this time of year is 80, and our average low is 59, so for much of this forecast, we are below that. A big difference from how we started the beginning of the month with the stretch of 90 degree highs.
Our hot streak continues in Central Indiana with another 90 degree day on the way today.
September 1-7 was the warmest start to September in 90 years according to the National Weather Service.
Late this evening into tonight rain will move into the state. Scattered showers and storms are likely overnight into early Wednesday afternoon.
The rain will bring in much cooler air with highs in the 80s on Wednesday and by Thursday we’ll top out in the upper 70s.
Through Tuesday, Indianapolis has only picked up .03″ of rain for the month of September, we could get .50″ of rain with what’s coming our way tonight and Wednesday.
The average high this time of year is 81, and the average low is 60. So, we’re going well above that average for the last week, to well below what’s coming in the 7 day.
There’s a slight chance for a shower on Friday and Saturday, we’ll keep you posted, the biggest change in the 7 day forecast is the much cooler temperatures that are on the way.
Today is setting up to be our 6th 90 degree day in a row as highs top out in Indianapolis around 92 degrees.
It’s a warm and muggy day with a small chance of an isolated shower or storm late into the day into this evening.
The pollen forecast remains high over the next few days.
While we have 90 degree highs in the forecast today and tomorrow, the heat breaks on Wednesday with scattered showers and storms with much cooler air falling into place behind the rain.
Thursday was our 8th day of 90 degree heat this year, and we could be adding to that over the next few days. The average number of 90 degree days is 21.
The average high this time of year is 82, but we won’t be close to that for today or the weekend.
Highs today will reach the low 90s, with the slight chance for an isolated shower or thunderstorm.
The heat remains for Operation Football.
The same forecast is with us Saturday and Sunday with overnight lows near 70.
If you have plans Monday, temperatures remain warm, in the low 90s with partly cloudy skies. As of right now, Monday looks dry.
Our best chance for scattered showers and storms moves in Tuesday and Wednesday, and that’s when temperatures start to “cool” and fall into the 80s for highs. By Thursday, our high temperature will be around 80 degrees.
It’s a warm and humid start across central Indiana with current temperatures in the 60s and 70s. There is patchy fog across the area this morning, so you’ll need to watch out for that as you hit the road.
Yesterday Indianapolis hit 90 degrees for the 7th time this year, and today we could hit that high again. There is an isolated storm chance this afternoon too.
Pollen levels remain high today into the weekend.
If you’re heading to the Indians game tonight or tailgating for the Colts, it’s going to be warm and humid.
That humidity lasts into the weekend, and the heat sticks around too. Friday highs will reach the low 90s and we keep that warmth in the forecast through Monday. An isolated shower or storm isn’t out of the question Friday.
For now the weekend is dry, and the best chance of rain moves in next Tuesday and Wednesday as highs fall into the 80s. Our normal high this time of year is 82.
Welcome to a sultry start to September. Although this is the time of year when daily highs are supposed to go down, this week will see highs near or over 90 every day into next week.
Hazy sun, humid air and upper disturbance trigger isolated to widely scattered showers and storms during peak heating. While locally heavy rain occurs under these slow-moving downpours… these will be locally heavy so many of you will see no rain at all.
Heat will be a big story at the crown jewel of drag racing, the NHRA US Nationals this week in Clermont at Lucas Oil Raceway Park.
Don’t forget the Indianapolis Indians return to action at Victory Field Wednesday evening for their last regular season home stand of the season. Hot weather can be expected at the ballpark Wednesday into Saturday and as well as for Colts tailgating Thursday evening.