Cooler with scattered showers each day through midweek. Near perfect weather expected for July 4th.
A large area of unsettled weather developing over the Ohio Valley will keep conditions cooler with scattered showers each day through Wednesday. Clouds and showers will keep temperatures below normal, in the 70s. High pressure returns just in time to bring sunny, dry and warmer weather for July 4th (Thursday).
Today: Clouds will increase as a batch of showers slides down from the north. Expect scattered showers and thunder across north and north central Indiana today. Showers and small storms are more likely by afternoon for the remainder of the state. Afternoon high temperatures will be held in the low to mid 70s with light NW winds shifting to the NE. Winds and rain will be light outside of thunderstorms.
More of the same of Sunday – scattered showers possible storms with highs in the 70s.
One year ago Indianapolis set a record for the warmest temperature reached in June. The high temperature reached 104 degrees, which was the warmest temperature seen at that point in nearly 58 years. (July 2012 saw high temperatures of 105 degrees). June 29 2012 reached 103 degrees and made it the first time since 1934 that a June had two consecutive days of 100 degree or higher temperatures.