Light rain is on Doppler 13 radar this morning. Overnight a few heavy pockets of rain moved through with rumbles of thunder, but now only spotty showers are left on Indiana’s most powerful live radar. This morning we will primarily see rain along and south of I-70 during the morning commute. It will slowly push east this morning, leaving mostly sunny skies for the afternoon.
The normal high this time of year is 82, the normal low is 62, we’ll be well below that today and tonight. As the clouds break and reveal mostly sunny skies, temps will warm into the upper 60s by noon, and by 3pm a high of 73.
Tonight’s a perfect night to catch the Indians in action. By 7pm temps are in the low 70s, 69 by 8pm and 66 by 9pm.
With clear skies and low humidity tonight temps fall into the low 50s. That will make a cool start for Saturday morning, but we’ll eventually warm to 80 with sunny skies.
Father’s Day looks great! Early Sunday morning temps will be around 60, and by the afternoon a high of 85 with partly cloudy skies.
In the 7 day forecast we have dry weather through the weekend, but starting Monday afternoon scattered showers and storms return to central Indiana and stick around through Thursday.
Patchy fog will be possible across Central Indiana this morning. We’re in for a mainly dry day with highs in the low 80s. Late this afternoon a shower or thunderstorm is possible.
The rain chances will continue into tonight as temps drop to the low 60s.
A few showers may linger early Friday morning, but we’ll clear out with mostly sunny skies and a beautiful day with highs in the mid 70s.
So far we’re adding up a soggy June, here’s a look at how much rain Indy has picked up.
The weekend will be warm and dry as highs push into the low to mid 80s with scattered showers and storms returning as early as Monday.
Grab the umbrella and rain coat, scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will be likely across Central Indiana through Wednesday evening.
Highs will reach the low 70s today with off and on rain.
Tonight the showers and isolated storms will continue as temps fall to the mid 60s.
Tomorrow highs will be a bit warmer in the mid 70s, however, scattered showers and storms will continue to be likely. We are not expecting severe weather, but pockets of heavy rain are possible. By Wednesday night 1-2″ of rain will have fallen across Central Indiana. A few isolated spots could pick up a little more than 2″.
We’ll have a chance to dry out starting Thursday, and the weekend looks warm and humid, especially as we head into Sunday.
Enjoy the sunshine and dry weather today, scattered showers and storms move in tonight and become likely for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Highs will reach the upper 70s today with a mix of sun and clouds.
Tonight temps drop to the low 60s. After midnight scattered showers and storms will begin moving into Central Indiana. They will be likely by Tuesday morning.
Tuesday highs reach the mid 70s with scattered showers and storms likely off and on through Wednesday.
By Wednesday afternoon rain totals of 1-2″ will be likely.
We begin to dry out Thursday with heat and temps in the 80s building for Father’s Day weekend. As of now Sunday looks dry with rain moving in late in the evening.
Today’s forecast looks fantastic! Highs will reach the upper 70s and low 80s with mostly sunny skies.
These temps are pretty close to our normal high of 79. The normal low is 60s.
Tonight we remain mild and cool with temps falling the upper 50s by Saturday morning.
Saturday will be dry and pleasant with temps warming into the low 80s.
Saturday night into Sunday scattered showers and thunderstorms develop.
The rain should end by midday Sunday with a dry afternoon.
Temps stay comfortable with a few rain chances next week in the 7 day.
Today will be warm and muggy with highs in the mid 80s.
It’s late tonight/early Wednesday morning that scattered showers and storms are expected to develop.
This is the severe weather outlook for late tonight/tomorrow morning.
The timing looks to be from 4am to 10am.
The morning storms will help determine how the environment will be for storms redeveloping Wednesday afternoon.
Nearly all of Central Indiana is under a severe weather risk tomorrow. For the afternoon and evening strong to severe storms could develop. Damaging wind, large hail, isolated tornadoes and flooding will all be possible. Again, what develops Wednesday afternoon will largely depend on how the morning storms evolve. So, checking back with the us for the forecast plus being weather aware should be part of your plan.
We dry our Thursday with dry weather hanging around through late Saturday night.
Scattered showers and storms are expected to develop this afternoon and evening across Central Indiana. Not everyone will see rain, but areas that do could see localized flooding, small hail and isolated damaging wind.
As we lose daytime heating the showers and storms will mostly come to an end with a few isolated showers remaining overnight.
Tuesday will be mainly dry with just an isolated chance of a shower and thunderstorm in the afternoon as highs reach the mid 80s.
The mid section of the United States is under a moderate severe weather risk tomorrow. Large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes will all be possible.
Wednesday the threat of severe weather shifts over Central Indiana. At this time we are under a slight risk for severe storms. Damaging wind, large hail, and isolated tornadoes will be possible. We will keep you posted over the next few days as new weather data comes in, and we nail down the timing of when the storms will develop and move through.
In the 7 day forecast we cool down into the 70s and dry out as early as Thursday and Friday, with more showers and storms likely developing by Sunday.
A beautiful day with less humidity is in our forecast today.
Highs will top out in the low 80s with mostly sunny skies.
If you’re heading to the Indians game, it’s a home run forecast! The game will start with temps around 80 and fall into the mid 70s by the time the ninth inning ends.
Saturday will be warmer with highs in the mid 80s. The humidity will still be comfortable.
Saturday marks the end of May, and with no rain in the forecast, here’s where we ended up in terms of rain for the month. We were just shy of the “normal” amount of 5.05″ with 4.87″ of rain falling at the Indianapolis International Airport.
Sunday looks mainly dry with highs in the low 80s. We are watching the timing closely, but as of right now late Sunday afternoon it looks like showers and storms will be possible. It will be much more humid with daily rain chances beginning late Sunday into next Thursday as temps stay warm in the mid 80s.