At 3pm, the temperature in Indianapolis was 80 degrees. This is the third 80 degree day in a row. It started on Sunday, with 80. It was 83 degrees on Monday.
It will be a mostly cloudy and mainly dry Tuesday evening. Temperatures will be in the middle and upper 70s through sunset. We are forecasting 65 at 11pm and this is the average high for this time of year.
There is a slight chance for a stray shower tonight. Our rain chances increase Wednesday and Thursday.
It’s a beautiful day out there and it appears the warm streak continues. Monday was the second 80 degree day in a row and we have one more on the way for today. There will be a mix of clouds and sun on Tuesday, with only a slight rain chance and highs near 80 degrees. The Indians have an early 11:05 start time and it will be a beautiful day to take in a game at beautiful Victory Field.
Rain chances will increase tomorrow and Thursday. It looks like we are in store for a temperature change too. Highs will drop back into the lower 70s on Wednesday and into the 60s on Thursday and Friday. A few morning showers are possible on Friday too.
Sunshine and 72 is how will we will kick-off a fantastic weekend Saturday. Sunday will be warmer and in the upper 70s. Rain chances return later Sunday into Monday.
For the first time in nearly seven months Indianapolis had back-to-back 80 degree days. Even a few cirrus clouds this afternoon couldn’t slow the warming on the new warmest day of the year.
As of 4pm daytime highs were a good 15 degrees above normal and more representative of mid-June than mid-April. It’s definitely going to feel like the summer for the Boys Of Summer at Victory Field this evening.
The Indianapolis Indians welcome the Toldeo Mudhens for the next three days. Please note the early start times tomorrow and Wednesday.
While we’re reaping the sunny, warm rewards of an upper high and its sinking air… the moist flow between the high and cut-off low over the Rockies delivered historic flooding to the Houston area.
Many areas had over 10″ of rainfall in a 12 hour period overnight and the flooding has reached areas that typically don’t flood. Flash Flood Emergencies continue at this hour and more rain is likely.
Here at home the weather remains quiet, but mild overnight and Tuesday morning. Highs tomorrow near 80 degrees again with just a very slight rain chance.
Rain chances ramp up late Wednesday into Thursday for much-needed precipitation after a longest stretch of dry days since October. Warmth builds again this weekend under mostly dry conditions until late Sunday. Have a great evening – Sean Ash
Our average high this time of year is 64, so we’ll be well above that today with highs in the low 80s. We’ll be short of the record of 87 degrees set back in 1977. Today will be the 5th day in a row of above average temps, and it’s been a slow climb into the low 80s.
Yesterday the high in Indianapolis was 80, and today we’re forecasting a high of 82.
The pollen forecast will remain high through Wednesday. The levels begin to drop into the moderate/high level starting Thursday.
It will be a beautiful evening to head to Victory Field to catch the Indians take on Toledo tonight. For the first pitch at 7:05pm temps will still be in the upper 70s this evening.
Tonight will be another mild evening as lows only drop to the mid to upper 50s. Clouds will start to increase, and they will do it even more so for your Tuesday forecast.
Highs Tuesday will reach the mid 70s. Rain chances will increase late Wednesday, and showers and storms will be likely Thursday. By Friday high temperatures fall into the 60s, but start to rebound for the weekend into the 70s.
It’s a beautiful day in our neighborhood today. Sunshine will be with us all day and that, combined with a warm. Yesterday, we topped out at 80 degrees and we will get there again today tying yesterday as the warmest day of the year so far. We will see June like weather the next few days. humidity levels remain low which means the air will be comfortable. Though Tuesday won’t be bright, it will still be warm and temperatures will still climb into the 70s.
The ridge of high pressure that has given us the sunny, warm weather finally breaks down mid-week and an upper level low brings unsettled conditions. By Wednesday, late in the day, scattered showers develop with higher rain chances Thursday.
Look for highs to bounce back into the 70s over the weekend.
It’s looking and feeling more like June in Central Indiana with sunshine and highs near 80 degrees. Unseasonably warm air remains the main focal point of the forecast the next two days.
The taste of June weather is courtesy of a ridge of high pressure blanketing the Ohio Valley and Great Lakes. While we’re feeling like summer, heavy snow continues to drop in Colorado in much colder air. They can have the snow and I’ll gladly take our sunshine.
Expect another round of comfortable lows in the lower 50s tonight but a rapid rise Monday. Another sunny day tomorrow quickly pushes temperatures into the 70s by 1pm and at or above 80 degrees by 5pm.
Humidity levels remain low which means the air will be comfortable. Though Tuesday won’t be a bright, and there’s a slight rain chance, temperatures still climb well into the 70s.
The ridge of high pressure that’s provided the sunny, warm weather finally breaks down mid-week and an upper level low brings unsettled conditions. By Wednesday afternoon scattered showers develop with higher rain chances Thursday.
At this point this system should depart prior to Saturday morning with only a slight rain chance next Sunday. Have a great evening – Sean Ash
Keep the windows open and enjoy the mild temperatures and low humidity! The average high for this time of year is 64 and the average low is 43. Temperatures will continue to run more than 10 degrees above average over the next few days, as a ridge in the upper levels keeps central Indiana quiet and sunny. The warm April sunshine will allow temperatures to climb into the upper 70s today.
It will be mostly clear tonight with a low in the mid 50s.
Monday will be the warmest of the next 7 days with temperatures climbing to 80 degrees.
The ridge in the upper levels starts to break down on Tuesday. It will still be mild with a few more clouds and a slight chance of a spotty shower. Afternoon highs climb into the low 70s.
There is a chance of a few showers again on Wednesday but scattered showers and thunderstorms become likely by Thursday.
Temperatures will remain above normal through the weekend.
A stretch of beautiful, sunny and mild conditions continue well into next week. If you’ve been craving to get outside, this is a great weekend to take advantage of the fantastic weather.
It will be perfect conditions for this morning’s Race for a Cure at Military Park in White River State Park. Registration is from 7:00-8:30am and temperatures will be in the low 50s. The race begins at 8am and temperatures will be in the mid-50s. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 60s by late morning. If you are attending this special event, please tweet us pictures or post to our Facebook page. We’d love to hear why you are participating.
The afternoon will be bright and gorgeous with light winds out of the southeast. Afternoon highs will be in the mid-70s, running more than 10 degrees above average.
The ridge of high pressure will dominate well into next week. That will keep the winds light and dew points low.
Temperatures will only fall in the mid-50s Sunday morning with another terrific rebound into the mid to upper 70s by afternoon.
Monday will likely be the warmest day of the next 7 days, with sunny, dry conditions and highs in the upper 70s.
There are slim chances of rain on Tuesday and Wednesday with a better chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms holding off until Thursday.
If you like sunny and 70s then the weekend forecast is weather perfection. The bright sky, low humidity and light wind delivered a magnificent afternoon of temperatures 10-15 degrees warmer than normal.
All systems go for Indy Indians baseball this evening at Victory Field and the opening home stand through the weekend.
If you’re one of the tens of thousands that will participate in the 25th annual Susan G. Komen Central Indiana Race For The Cure expect a very pleasant morning. Sunrise temperatures will be near 50 and climb into the 60s by midday.
Indy Eleven fans will have complete opposite weather compared to last weekend at The Mike. Perfect tailgating. Enjoy!
Highs this weekend soar into the 70s and a few spots near 80 degrees. Plenty of sunshine Saturday and Sunday with unseasonably warm air lingering much of next week. Very slight chances of rain for Tuesday and Wednesday… with perhaps scattered showers and storms arriving Thursday. Have a great evening and even better weekend – Sean Ash