Another wet day in Central Indiana and we’ve got an active 72 hours ahead. Rain amounts since midnight fall in the .10″ to nearly .50″.
More wet times ahead in Central Indiana with an additional 1″ to 2″ by Thursday midday… and locally higher amounts are likely in heavier storms.
Clouds and rain have kept temperatures in check thus far by warmer air is nudging into southwestern Indiana where it’s almost 70 degrees in Terre Haute.
Actually the warmest air of the day may arrive toward sunset as warm front creeps toward the Indy metro area. A saturated air mass around this boundary leads to areas of drizzle outside of downpours and locally heavy storms the next 24 hours.
There will once again be areas of heavy rain to navigate through during the Tuesday morning commute. We’ll be monitoring conditions closely tomorrow with the potential of severe storms during the afternoon and evening.
This will be predicated on how quickly early morning rain/storms diminish and how much warming occurs before storm initiation later in the day.
We believe the severe threat may be bumped up a category for the Indy metro area based on a potential of atmospheric instability interacting with a stalled front. All of modes of severe weather are in play Tuesday and it’s a good idea to stay weather aware tomorrow.
Wednesday looks like a mainly dry and much warmer day in the 80s. But the heat only could ignite isolated storms alone… but a great area of rain/storms arrives Wednesday night into Thursday with the approach of a cold front.
Highs Friday will be near 70 degrees before a substantial drop off this weekend. Temperatures likely don’t reach 60 degrees with some showers and rumbles of thunder.
We have a lot of rain around the area today and we’ll have a wet pavement for the morning rush hour today. While it won’t be a washout today, there will be periods of storms anytime from sunrise to sunset.
More storms move in Tuesday and some of these storms could possibly reach severe limits. Highs near 80 degrees Wednesday before the next batch of rain and storms hits Wednesday night into Thursday. It looks like we will see dry conditions here by Friday with mild highs in the mid 60s.
All signs point toward a much cooler than normal pattern hitting next weekend when highs look to be in the 50s… some 15 degrees below normal. The kids will need a jacket for the Chase 500 Festival Kids Day and Rookie Run. The ups and downs of May continue!
Happy Mother’s Day! A few showers will be possible this morning into the early afternoon, as a cold front sags across southern Indiana. Coverage will be hit or miss with a mix of sun and clouds today. Temperatures will run below average today, only climbing into the low to mid 60s.
The cold front will lift north later tonight and that will trigger more showers and thunderstorms. Most of the evening will be quiet and dry with rain holding off until after midnight.
Temperatures will fall into the mid 50s.
A few scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible on Monday with more rain moving in by Monday night.
It will be a warm day with temperatures climbing into the low to mid 70s.
The unsettled weather pattern continues through the work week with daily chances of rain.
Most of the showers and thunderstorms have come to an end for central Indiana today. A few thunderstorms will still be possible in southern Indiana, as a cold front sinks south.
The better chance of storms will be in southern Indiana, where the area has been mainly dry today.
The front did bring some gusty winds.
It will be mostly cloudy overnight with temperatures falling into the upper 40s.
The front will gradually return north on Sunday and a few spotty showers are possible Sunday morning.
Most of Mother’s Day will be dry with a mix of sun and clouds. It will be cooler with highs in the low to mid 60s.
Rain will become likely again tomorrow evening. A few thunderstorms are possible but we are not expecting any severe weather. Temperatures will only fall into the mid 50s.
An unsettled work week will be in place. There is a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms Monday with highs in the mid 70s.
Showers and thunderstorms become likely by Monday evening and it will be stormy on Tuesday.
There will be daily storm chance through Friday with temperatures running above average.
A few showers and thunderstorms will be possible late this morning through the afternoon as a cold front drops from north to south.
Clouds will increase and the winds will be breezy this afternoon, from 10 to 20 mph out of the west. Afternoon highs will climb into the low to mid 70s.
Mores showers and thunderstorms are likely later this evening. Some storms could be strong to severe, with the main threats being damaging winds and large hails. Storms will likely be out of the area by early Sunday morning with a low in the upper 40s.
A few more scattered showers will be possible along the boundary, especially in south central Indiana. It will be cooler too, with highs in the mid 60s.
An unsettled pattern will continue through next week with daily chance of showers and thunderstorms.
If you are running, walking or volunteering in the Mini Marathon in Indianapolis Saturday morning, it will be dry and mild at the start. We are forecasting a quick warm up into the middle 70s by noon, but the race will start with temperatures in the middle 50s. Good Luck.
High temperatures are interesting on Saturday. We will be as cool as 70 degrees across NW Indiana and as warm as the lower 80s south. Most of central Indiana will be in the range of 75-80 degrees Saturday afternoon.
It is a cold front that is separating these 2 different air masses. The front will be the trigger few a few showers and storms on Saturday. 1 or 2 may develop as early as late morning north of Indianapolis, but the better chance for storms will develop in the afternoon hours and linger into Saturday evening. Remember not everyone will have rain and storms. If you have outdoor plans, you can check Live Doppler 13 Radar from your phone with the SkyTrak13 Weather App. It can be very helpful during times of scattered storms. Here is the timeline for storm chances.
The cold front sinks into southern Indiana for Mother’s Day. It will be cooler with highs 65-70 degrees. A few showers will be possible along the front on Sunday and mainly across the southern part of the state. Our weather pattern stays active with daily storm chances through next week.
We’re heading for highs in the low 70s this afternoon with plenty of sunshine.
If you’re going to the Indians game tonight, it will be a beautiful evening at Victory Field with temperatures falling into the 60s and clear skies.
Overnight temps fall into the mid 50s with a breeze out of the SW up to 10 to 20 mph.
It’s going to be a warm start for the One American 500 Festival Indy Mini with temps in the mid 50s. Plenty of sunshine means that by 9am we’re already in the 60s and temps will be around 70 by 10am.
Eventually, highs on Saturday will make it into the low 80s.
There is a chance for showers and thunderstorms in the Saturday afternoon and evening. Some storms may be on the strong side with damaging wind and hail. It is something we will be monitoring.
Sunday looks dry at this point with a stormy pattern returning Monday and lasting through much of the week.
A brightening sky this afternoon is nice, but will actually help destabilize the air enough to allow spotty lake effect showers to develop. That’s right… lake effect.
Below is an animation of visible satellite that shows the stream of moisture off of the lakes producing cloud cover in Indiana and Ohio. This is also a signature of cool air that continues to cover the region.
Any showers will be brief in nature and quick-moving. Clouds clear overnight and temperatures drop to chilly levels in the 30s and lower 40s. But expect a quick warm-up tomorrow under full sunshine with highs in the 70s.
We continue to advertise a pleasant start for runners and walkers in the 40th Annual One America 500 Festival Mini-Marathon Saturday morning. Though start time temperatures in the 50s quickly warm into the 60s by 10am and 70s by midday. Have a safe run!
High temperatures in the 80s Saturday team up with an approaching cold front to set off scattered to numerous storms after 3-4pm.
It’s still too early to determine where the storms will initiate, but storms that do develop could become severe (wind gusts >=58mph or 1″+ diameter hail).
This boundary should set up in southern Indiana Sunday to allow for mostly dry conditions in the Indy metro area… but rain will be possible in southern Indiana. This could change so please check back for updates – Sean Ash
The chance for a couple of showers will linger into Thursday, but overall there will be more dry hours than wet hours. It will still be cool. We start the day in the lower 40s and highs are only forecast in the lower 60s.
Sunshine and 72…that’s on the way for Friday.
It will be even warmer to start the weekend. We will start the weekend with the Mini Marathon Saturday morning. If you are running, walking or volunteering be prepared for a fast warm up. Temperatures will be in the 50s to start the race, but warm into the middle 60s by 9am and into the middle 70s by noon. Highs on Saturday will reach the lower 80s.
There will be a chance for rain and storms later in the day Saturday. Right now there is just a slight chance for a stray shower on Mother’s Day, but most of Sunday looks dry and mild, with highs near 70 degrees.