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Areas Of Heavy Rain & Storms Next 24 Hours

By · May 26, 2013 at 10:13 pm

Rain is likely overnight north of Indianapolis, with scattered chances along and south of I-70.  Though severe weather is not expected, heavy downpours and some thunder will be heard.

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Memorial Day will not be a complete washout, but scattered showers and locally heavy storms will impact outdoor holiday plans.

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The increased rain/storm chances are due to an approaching warm front… a front that’s very evident on the high temperature map for Monday.  Greater coverage of rain/clouds keep Munice/Kokomo/Richmond closer to 70°.  Less rain and pockets of sunshine push Bloomington, Terre Haute and Columbus up to near 80°.

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The passage of the aforementioned warm front will shut down the rain, and open the gate to unseasonably warm air.

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Highs Tuesday quickly jump ino the 80s, and this air mass will hang out into next weekend.

SURFACE - Copy SURFACENot only warm, but it will be humid too… as dewpoints creep into the mid/upper 60s.  So expect A/Cs to crank this week with little chances of rain until next weekend. 7day

Have a great Memorial Day and a sincere thanks to those serving and those who have paid the ultimate price for our freedoms – Sean Ash

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