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Widespread rain has moved into central Indiana and the wet weather will stick around this evening. This large storm system stretches from Michigan all the way into Texas. Moisture will continue to push in ahead of a cold front, keeping rain with pockets of heavy rain into Saturday morning. Temperatures will gradually fall throughout the afternoon, thanks to the cold front and rain cooled air. If you are heading to the Circle of Lights tonight, dress for the wet conditions and temperatures in the low 40s.
The cold front will stall out along the Ohio River Valley tomorrow and will keep rain in the forecast at least through the morning. Rain totals by Saturday morning will be one inch or more from this system with temperatures falling into the upper 30s.
There is still a chance of rain through Saturday afternoon, with the best chance of rain along and south of I-70.
Afternoon highs will only climb into the low 40s.
If you are heading to the Old Oaken Bucket bucket, grab the rain gear. Rain is possible through the afternoon.
More rain will be possible on Sunday with highs in the mid 40s.
The unsettled pattern continues on Monday with another round of rain likely.
This morning we’re tracking rain across central Indiana, and rain is likely all day and tonight.
Today’s forecast is soggy with temperatures staying steady in the upper 50s.
Rain is likely today and tonight with up to 1″ of rain possible. The record rainfall for today’s date is 2.03″ set back in 1878.
If you’re heading to the Circle of Lights tonight, you will need the rain gear. If you decide to stay home, you can watch the event live on WTHR Channel 13.
Overnight rain continues as temperatures fall into the mid to upper 30s.
Saturday will be cooler with highs in the low to mid 40s with rain likely.
Sunday should be the drier of the two days, but rain chances will still be in the forecast with highs in the mid 40s. Another wet day is ahead Monday as highs near 50.
It will be a soggy Friday. There are lots of fun activities across central Indiana on Friday night…Pacers game, high school football state championship games and of course Circle of Lights. Be prepared for rain and we hope to see you downtown Indianapolis for the fun.
You might not want to see it, but here is the hour by hour forecast for a soggy Friday. If you the hit the malls early, there will be some dry hours from about Indianapolis south.
It is a mess out west. There is rain, ice and snow. This weather system moves our way late tonight. It will be a soggy Friday for central Indiana.
Highs will reach the upper 50s and low 60s today with mostly cloudy skies, and the chance for a stray shower. Most spots will remain dry and breezy with wind gusts out of the south up to 20mph.
Tonight temperatures stay mild in the low 50s with winds out of the south up to 25mph.
Early Friday morning rain moves in, and will stay for the entire day.
Highs on Friday will still be in the mid to upper 50s, but rain is expected throughout the day.
As of now, rain is expected for the Circle of Lights as temps fall into the 40s during the lighting of Monument Circle.
By Friday night, 1/2″ to 1″ of rain will be possible.
Scattered showers stay in the forecast for the weekend and into next week as high temperatures fall into the 40s.
These 2 forecasts can be summed up in one word each…
Drumstick Dash – Mild
Circle of Lights – Damp
I like the Drumstick Dash forecast better.