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Just after 10pm Wednesday, Live Doppler 13 Radar shows the steadiest rain moving across teh eastern half of Indiana. Remember for the live image, click on Live Doppler 13 Radar here at wthr.com or on the WTHR Weather App. The rain will end by early Thursday morning. The cooler air is already here, with temperatures in the 40s. Overnight lows will be near freezing, so it will be a colder start to Thursday. Highs will be in the upper 40s and lower 50s on Thursday. We need some sun and there is some in the forecast Thursday – Sunday. Lows will be in the 30s and highs in the 50s Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
We are tracking our next storm system for a week from now. This one could bring snow to central Indiana. This is still a week away and there will be changes, as we get new information so stay tuned for updates.
The western half of Indiana is getting a break from the steady rain, but rain continues to fall from near Bedford to Columbus to Franklin. This area of light rain is moving northeast. This means the off and on light rain will last through this evening, especially across the eastern half of Indiana. Temperatures are in the 50s now, but cooler air is close. It is only 45 in St. Louis and Chicago. That cooler air is moving our way. Temperatures tonight will fall into the 30s and highs on Thursday will be in the upper 40s and lower 50s. This cooler than average temperature trend will last through the weekend. The average high is in the upper 50s. We are expecting lows in the 30s and highs in the 50s through the weekend. Our next storm system is on the way for the middle part of next week and this one could bring snow…
Today started with a few showers. The rest of the day has been dry. Right now there are just a few sprinkles across northern Vermillion county in western Indiana. There is a developing storm system across the middle part of the country producing rain and snow and it is forecast to move our way tomorrow. It will be a wet Wednesday. Temperatures right now are in the 50s. It will stay mild, so this will be a rain event for central Indiana.
There is an area of light rain near and south of the Ohio River. This band of light rain is lifting north. As it lifts north, a few sprinkles or a stray shower will be possible across central Indiana overnight and on Tuesday. This is not forecast to bring a lot of rain. The heaviest rain won’t fall until Wednesday.
Temperatures will be in the 40s Tuesday and Wednesday mornings and highs will be near 60s degrees. Tempeatures fall back into the upper 40s and lower 50s for highs by the end of the week.
There are more clouds than susnhine on this Monday afternoon. Temperatures are in the 50s right now. It is 52 degrees Indianapolis and 55 degrees in Bloomington. The next big weather system to bring central Indiana rain will arrive on Wednesday. Wednesday looks soggy, with an inch of rain possible.
A few showers are moving across central Indiana late on this Friday night. A few showers are possible on Saturday too, but it will not be a washout.
This is good news because there is a lot of college football this weekned. It is homecoming for IU and Purdue takes on Ohio State at home. Notre Dame is also at home against Navy. Highs will be in the 50s on Saturday and Sunday. More sunshine is in the Sunday forecast.
Milder air is in the forecast for early next week, with upper 50s and lower 60s. Rain chances return later Wednesday.
It is still breezy with wind gusts over 20mph and the clean-up continues across parts of our area due to severe weather last night. Damaging winds over 70 mph were reported on the south side of Indianapolis and near Muncie. Temperatures right now are in the range of 50 degrees in Lafayette to 61 degrees in Bloomington. Doppler 13 Radar shows a few showers in eastern Iowa. There could be a few spinkles later tonight and a stray shower is in the Saturday forecast. High temperatures this weekend will be in the 50s and Sunday will be the sunnier day.
Halloween is here and so are the storms….
As early as 5 am, winds were gusting to 30 mph or close to that in places like Peru and Bloomington. Most of the morning rain has been light to moderate but steady.
For planning for the day….the roughest weather will mainly occur between 3 and 8 pm. Out of the state by 11 pm.
When Angela Buchman is on Eyewitness News tonight, gusts will be at peak and rain will fall during the entire evening rush hour.
Here are the “Big 3″ things to remember today …
1. Rain will be heavy. 1″-2″ possible.
2. Winds will be gusty. Up to 40 mph gusts likely.
3. Slight risk of severe weather with the biggest threats being heavy rain and high winds.
Most towns have cancelled trick or treat for tonight and with good reason, the worst of the storms would be when kids would be outside.
Friday looks good with highs in the upper 50s with sun. Be careful and hang in there, it will get better tomorrow!