Rain showers will develop as we head into the afternoon, but it doesn’t look like the day will be a washout.
Since January 1st Indianapolis precipitation stands six inches above average. We’ll have scattered showers late today and less than a quarter inch of rain is likely.
Patchy dense fog is likely across Central Indiana this morning, with more showers and storms developing throughout the day.
This afternoon, strong to severe storms are possible across Central Indiana. Damaging wind, large hail, frequent lightning, and heavy rain is possible with any storm that develops.
Isolated thunderstorms are likely through 11pm tonight and the rain will end after that.
Enjoy today’s sunshine with temps in the mid to upper 70s. An isolated shower is not out of the question, but not everyone will see rain.
We’ll have mostly cloudy, mild weather with a chance for scattered showers over the next two days.
This week we will have a daily chance for rain through Saturday. Tuesday will be the driest day, so get your lawn mowed!