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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.


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


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.


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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