The Muggy Meter reaches oppressive humidity levels today as tropical moisture blankets Central Indiana. This results in heat indices between 95 to 100 degrees combined with afternoon highs in the lower to mid 90s… good for Indy’s hottest day of the year if temperatures eclipse 92 degrees.
Though much of today is rain-free and hot, widely scattered storms develop this evening and some may reach severe limits before midnight. Damaging wind and locally heavy rainfall are the main threats overnight.
We’ll be north side of a cool front Tuesday which results in less humid air and a mainly sunny sky with seasonably warm highs in the mid-80s. Based on lower humidity and abundant sunshine… tomorrow is our pick of the week to be outside.
Modeled ingredients for mid-week advertise a heightened risk of severe weather and flash flooding Wednesday into Thursday. Though uncertainty on track, intensity, and coverage remains… data sets suggest a swath 3″+ rainfall, widespread high wind (greater than 70mph) and some tornadoes could impact Central and Northern Indiana.
This could certainly change and as noted there’s a great deal on specifics at this time. Please check back frequently for updated forecasts on what could be a high impact weather event – Sean Ash
Highs will reach the low 90s today with partly cloudy skies. It will be humid, with storm chances developing late in the afternoon into the evening.
Isolated activity is expected, and some storms could be strong to severe with damaging wind, and very heavy rain.
Tonight we should dry out, with just a few showers or storms possible by morning as temps drop to the upper 60s.
Tuesday a few morning showers or storms are possible, as skies become partly cloudy with highs in the mid 80s.
We’re watching Wednesday and Thursday closely as more showers and storms are set to return, and very heavy rain will be something we will monitor as well as the risk for severe weather on Wednesday.
By the weekend we’re back to highs close to the 90 degree mark.
Happy Father’s Day! Seasonably hot conditions to wrap up the weekend with highs near 90 degrees and heat indices in the low to mid 90s. Very isolated showers developed late this afternoon but they’ll quickly fade around sunset.
Monday has the potential to be our hottest day of the year thus far with highs in the lower to mid-90s. We’re going to mention a slight chance of thunderstorms late in the day, but not many cities will see much.
The bigger tomorrow will be the increasing Muggy Meter with oppressive levels of humidity. A mid-week moisture surge brings a risk of flash flooding and severe storms.
Though isolated… a few strong or severe are in play Monday evening into predawn hours of Tuesday. At this point much of Tuesday should be dry.
The weather pattern gets more interesting and complicated the middle of the week. The upper level high pressure that kept us quiet this weekend is now beginning to move toward the southwestern U.S.
Eventually we’ll begin to see storms developing on the edge of its hot dome and get pushed southeastward into the Ohio Valley. Riding the northwest flow aloft these storm clusters are known as “ridge riders” and the belt of storms around the upper ridge is sometimes referred to as “ring of fire.”
At this point exact timing and location remain uncertain, but storms do appear likely both Wednesday and Thursday. You’ll need to be weather aware with the potential for multiple rounds of heavy storms, flash flooding and severe weather. Check back frequently for updates – Sean Ash
Happy Father’s Day! It will be a hot and hazy Father’s Day with temperatures climbing into the low 90s. Winds will be out of the southwest, allowing moist air to return. Humidity will be on the rise.
An Air Quality Alert remains in effect through Monday.
It will be mostly clear and mild this evening with a low in the mid 60s.
Monday will be breezy and hotter yet with temperatures climbing into the low to mid 90s.
Heat indices will be in the upper 90s.
A few isolated thunderstorms will be possible during the afternoon.
A cold front will start to push in Monday night. Scattered thunderstorms will develop along the front, moving from northern Indiana to southern Indiana by Tuesday morning.
There is a chance that some storms could be strong to severe, with the main threats being damaging winds and heavy rainfall.
A gradual clearing arrives Tuesday afternoon with partly sunny skies and highs in the low to mid 80s.
Cooler air returns for the rest of the work week, behind the front.
An unsettled pattern will remain in place with chances of rain. Showers and thunderstorms will be possible Wednesday and Thursday. Storms on Wednesday could be strong to severe.
Right now, the weekend looks dry and warmer.
It has been a hot and hazy day with temperatures climbing into the mid to upper 80s.
It will be a clear and quiet evening with temperature only falling into the mid 70s tonight and down into the mid 60s Sunday morning.
Father’s Day will be hot and a bit more humid with highs in the low 90s.
The first day of summer arrives officially at 6:34pm and it will feel like it. Temperatures will climb into the low to mid 90s.
The ridge of high pressure will start breaking down Monday evening. A cold front will push in late Monday night. It will trigger some showers and thunderstorms Monday night into Tuesday morning.
Some storms could be strong to severe with the main threats being damaging winds.
Tuesday will still be warm with highs in the mid 80s.
Cooler air will start to arrive on Wednesday, sticking around through the end of the work week.
It will be a hot and hazy Father’s Day weekend. An Air Quality Alert is in effect today through Monday, as stagnant air is in place. This can cause health issues for those with respiratory problems. Take it easy outdoors today. It’s advised to wait to gas up and mow the lawn until later in the evening.
Temperatures today will climb into the upper 80s under mostly sunny skies.
It’ll be clear and mild this evening with lows in the mid 60s.
Father’s Day will be sunny and hot with light winds out of the southwest. Afternoon highs climb into the low 90s.
The first day of summer officially arrives on Monday at 6:34 PM EDT. It will feel like it, with temperatures climbing into the mid 90s. Humidity will also be high. We are not expecting record breaking temperatures, as the record is 100 degrees set back in 1953, but it will likely be the hottest day of 2016 so far.
The large ridge of high pressure producing this dome of hot air, will gradually drift to the west. As it does, the periphery of this dome will be over Indiana by late Monday night.
A cold front will start to move in, bringing storm chances overnight Monday and Tuesday. There is a risk of a strong to severe thunderstorm with the main threats being heavy rain and damaging winds.
Much cooler air arrives by mid week, allowing cooler than normal temperatures to take over.
TGIF! There are no significant changes to our Father’s Day weekend forecast. We’ve had hot and sunny going all week… and that’s playing out. Humidity is much more tolerable today and the warm temperatures in the 80s subside nicely after sunset this evening.
A refreshing north-northeasterly breeze makes for a pleasant finish to our day and lows tonight eventually drop back down into the 50s and 60s. Expect a quick warm up tomorrow with temperatures in the 80s by noon and nearing 90 degrees for highs.
Unfortunately the weather pattern causing temperatures to go up will cause air quality to go down. The combination of hot, stagnant air allows unhealthy levels of ground ozone to emerge this weekend. As a result Knozone Action Days have been for the Indianapolis metro area for Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Avoid drive-thru’s and mowing your lawns until after 6pm if possible.
Father’s Day will be sunny and hot as temperatures climb into the 90s. The hottest air of the year thus far hits Monday when highs jump into the mid-90s.
A good portion of the U.S. will be under the influence of a large area of upper level high pressure… also known as a ridge in the jet stream. Sinking air under the high produces a hot dome that keeps the sky mainly cloud-free and forces rain/storms to its periphery similar to steam around the lid of a pressure cooker.
This feature keeps us dry until it breaks down and sinks southwestward Monday night into Tuesday of next week. Scattered storms Tuesday will be followed by another shot of refreshing Canadian air mid to late next week.
Have a great weekend and Happy Father’s Day to all of the dads celebrating Sunday – Sean Ash
Humidity continues to fall today, thanks to the breezy winds out of the north. Dewpoints will be in the mid 50s this afternoon with mostly sunny skies.
Afternoon highs will climb into the mid 80s.
It will be mostly clear and pleasant this evening with an overnight low in the upper 50s.
The weekend will be hot, sunny and dry. Temperatures will climb into the upper 80s Saturday and low 90s on Sunday. It will be great lake or pool weather!
Monday will be the hottest day of the week with highs in the low to mid 90s.
A cold front arrives Tuesday. That will bring the chance of a few scattered showers and thunderstorms and cooler temperatures.
Tuesday will still be hot with highs in the upper 80s.
Temperatures fall back to normal by Wednesday with mostly sunny skies and highs in the low 80s.
The wind of change is slowly but surely delivering refreshing air into the viewing area, but patience required with some areas still dealing with high heat and humidity.
There’s an very impressive 40 degree temperature spread from north to south across Indiana… where the breeze off of Lake Michigan delivering 50s in South Bend while Evansville remains in the upper 90s! Eventually comfortable air reaches area wide and sets the stage for a fantastic start to the weekend.
Clouds this evening clear overnight to allow temperatures to drop into the 50s and lower 60s. Cool enough to shut-off the A/C, open the windows and air-out the house. Expect a bright sky tomorrow with warm highs in the mid-80s.
No changes at all to our Father’s Day weekend forecast of sunshine, upper 80s Saturday and lower 90s on Sunday. The hottest day in the 7 day forecast is Monday when highs hit the mid-90s… likely the hottest of the year thus far.
We’re still expecting a period of storminess to return to the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley Monday night into Tuesday. This brings the potential of more heavy rain and possibly severe storms. Stay tuned and have a great evening – Sean Ash
After rounds of heavy rain, and severe storms moved through Central Indiana Wednesday, today will be a chance for us to dry out. Damaging wind and flooding top the storm reports from the last 24 hours.
I want to show you some of the rain totals from yesterday.
With the heavy rain in western Marion County, a Flood Warning will remain in effect until 6:30am.
Highs will reach the mid to upper 80s today with lower humidity. Skies will become partly cloudy, and there’s a slight chance for an isolated shower late in the day. What you’ll notice is the wind picking up out of the northwest with gusts up to 25 mph.
Tonight skies become partly cloudy to mostly clear, and it is going to be an extremely comfortable start as temps fall into the low 60s by Friday morning.
Friday will be beautiful with sunshine, and highs in the mid 80s.
We warm up for the weekend with highs close to 90, but sunny skies will remain.
Our next chance for showers and storms will arrive Tuesday.