Enjoy the sunshine today as highs reach the 70s. Even though it’s warm, and well above our average high of 51, we won’t break the record that was set in 2012 of 80 degrees. If you’re feeling stuffy today, pollen levels are high, and will remain that way over the next few days.
The satellite/radar is clear over central Indiana right now, and abundant sunshine will allow temps to warm into the 70s.
This evening we’ll start to watch the radar to the west as a line of showers and storms will be developing and moving our way. some storms could be on the strong to severe side after midnight into the early morning. Our biggest threat is damaging wind, frequent lightning, heavy downpours, and the possibility of large hail.
Temps will fall into the upper 40s to start Wednesday morning, and the day will be dry with highs in the low 60s. Both Wednesday and Thursday will be windy with gusts up to 25 to even 35mph.
Enjoy the dry time while it’s here, by Friday we are looking at a slight chance of rain, and Saturday and Sunday rain chances return. With overnight lows falling close to freezing, a few snowflakes could mix in too.
Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will remain in the forecast this afternoon. Highs will reach the low to mid 60s, and that’s well above our average high of 51.
Most of the day Tuesday will remain dry with highs in the low 70s. It will be a breezy afternoon with wind gusts out of the southeast up to 25mph.
Tuesday night scattered storms will be possible after 8pm, and some could be strong to severe. Damaging wind will be our top threat along with heavy rain and lightning.
We cool off and dry out Wednesday with highs in the low 60s. For now, Wednesday through Friday looks dry with high temperatures cooling into the low 50s by Friday.
Rain chances return for the weekend, we’ll keep you posted about timing and what to expect as we get closer to that time.
Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will be likely today across Central Indiana.
Despite the rain, highs are expected to reach the mid 60s. Our average high this time of year is 51, with an average low of 32.
Tonight, temperatures stay mild, with overnight lows in the mid 50s.
There’s still a chance for a spotty shower into Monday morning. Monday will not be a washout, but scattered showers will be sticking around as highs reach the mid to upper 60s.
Tuesday, the 70s are coming back! Highs will reach the low 70s with a dry start. Late in the afternoon/evening showers and storms are expected. Some storms may be strong, that’s something that we’re keeping track of as we approach the beginning of the week.
Throughout the 7 day forecast we have off and on again rain chances, and by the end of the week lows in the 30s with highs in the 50s.
Happy Friday! This afternoon expect a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid to upper 50s. We’ll remain dry, through tonight as overnight lows fall into the mid 40s with mostly cloudy skies.
Saturday will be mainly dry, there’s a chance for a few scattered showers, but it won’t be a washout as highs reach the upper 60s to low 70s.
Sunday rain becomes likely, and we could even have a few isolated thunderstorms with highs in the mid to upper 60s.
Our average high is 50, so we are well above that in this 7 day forecast.
Rain chances continue through Monday and Tuesday before we dry out and turn a little cooler by the end of next week.
This afternoon is expected to be mainly dry with rain moving into Central Indiana this evening. It will move into our southwestern viewing area first, and gradually spread to the northeast. Despite the cloud cover, and chance of rain, highs will reach the mid 60s today.
Our average high is 49 this time of year, and we’ll stay well above that in the 7 day forecast.
Rain is likely tonight as temperatures fall into the upper 50s, and stay steady overnight.
Rain is expected throughout the day on Thursday, at times some pockets of showers could be heavy.
By Thursday night 1-2″ of rain is possible, and some areas could pick up, up to 3″ of rain.
Friday will be dry with partly cloudy skies and highs in the upper 50s to low 60s.
The weekend remains warm, however, scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible. We’ll keep you posted on the timing and what to expect.
A beautiful afternoon is ahead for Central Indiana. We’ll hit highs in the low 70s this afternoon with a mix of sun and clouds. It’s not a record breaking temperature, that record is 80 from 1974.
It will be breezy today with winds out of the south up to 20mph, but it will still be very nice, even into this evening.
After midnight rain chances increase, and we have scattered showers in the forecast tomorrow.
Those showers aren’t expected to be a washout, and temperatures will still warm up nicely. In fact, Wednesday we could tie or set a new record for the high temperature. We are forecasting a high of 73, the record is 72 from 1878.
The heaviest rain is expected to arrive Wednesday night into Thursday. Thursday heavy rain will be likely. By Friday night 1-2” of rain will be possible, with some isolated areas picking up, up to 3” of rain. The warm temperatures are sticking around in the forecast through the weekend, but so is the rain.
Scattered showers will remain in the 7 day through Monday. Our average high this time of year is 48, and our average low is 30, so we are well above that.
It’s a warm and windy day across Central Indiana. A Wind Advisory is in effect until 7pm, because of wind gusts up to 50 mph.
Sustained winds up to 30 mph will be likely. As mentioned, gusts will be even higher. Temperatures will be warm and mild topping out in the low to mid 60s.
Tonight wind gusts up to 30 mph will still be possible as lows drop to the mid 40s under mostly clear skies.
The weekend will start sunny and warm, with highs in the middle 60s. There is a chance for scattered showers Sunday. At this point it looks like the rain will more than likely be more widespread during the morning hours. Highs on Sunday will still be mild, in the mid to upper 50s. Cooler air is back for next week, with highs in the 40s Monday through Thursday.
Highs will reach the mid 30s today with cloudy skies. Tonight lows fall into the mid to upper 20s with mostly cloudy skies. Some fog may develop. Because temps fall below freezing, we could see re-freezing on area roads, so a few slick spots will be possible tomorrow morning.
Tuesday’s forecast calls for a chance of a wintry mix in the afternoon. This is something we are watching closely. As of right now the greatest chance for some light snow would be south of I-70, but this is something we will have to update tonight and tomorrow morning. Highs Tuesday will reach the mid 30s.
Much warmer weather is right around the corner with the 40s returning by Thursday and the 60s by Friday! As of now, the weekend looks warm and mild with highs in the 50s and a chance of rain by Sunday.
Temperature are in the teens and twenties across Central Indiana this morning, it’s not as cold as 24 hours ago.
We will be watching the radar this morning. An area of light snow will continue to push into Central Indiana. It could be enough for a light coating of snow to make portions of the morning commute slick.
Highs today will reach the mid 20s with more chances for snow moving in this afternoon and evening. Less than an inch of snow is expected. Wind gusts up to 25mph out of the NW are likely today into tonight, and that could reduce visibility under snow showers.
Tonight temperatures drop into the single digits, and it will be extremely cold.
With the wind continuing wind chills tomorrow morning will be as cold as -10 to -20.
Highs Saturday will only reach the mid teens, and even in the afternoon wind chills stay around zero.
Sunday snow will develop and as of right now light snow accumulations are possible Sunday into Monday. We are still watching this system so check back for the latest on the exact timing and where the heaviest snow is expected to fall. Generally we are expecting 1-3″ of snow, again this could change.
A warm up is on the way next week with highs back in the 40s by Thursday.
We’re off to a cold start in Central Indiana with temps only warming into the low to mid 20s this afternoon. Partly cloudy skies are expected for later today.
Tonight won’t be as cold as temps fall to about 13 degrees, but clouds will be on the increase as snow develops for the morning commute.
Friday morning is expected to be slick with up to 1″ of snow possible Friday. The timing of the snow isn’t ideal, as of right now falling during the morning commute. Highs Friday will reach the mid 20s.
We’re in for a cold weekend. Saturday morning lows drop to the single digits with wind chills of -15 possible. Saturday highs will only reach the mid teens under mostly sunny skies.
Sunday will remain cold with a high in the mid 20s. As of right now snow is expected to develop late Sunday into Monday. It’s too early to determine totals, however, we could see accumulating snow. It’s something we’re watching closely.