Dry Wednesday, Stormy Late ThursdayBy
This August is turning the tide on our dry summer, but we still need more rain despite the impressive monthly rain totals on our SkyTrak WeatherBug Network. Many areas that have recorded 1 to 4″ of rain so far this month are still running 6-10″ below average for the year.
Breaking the drought won’t be easy. We’ll need regular rains around 1″ each week every week for the next couple months.
After a dry and warmer day Wednesday in the mid to upper 80s, we’ll watch sunshine give way to storms by late Thursday. Most of the Hoosier State is under a slight risk of severe storms late Thursday into early Friday. Rain potential for Central Indiana looks like between 1/4 to 1/2″.
After reaching near 90 on Thursday, we’ll see a significant cool-down behind a cold front Friday. We’ll have highs in the 70s lasting through the weekend giving us a great taste of early Fall.
Finally, instead of a Hoosier Pic tonight, we featured a Hoosier Vid from Rob Slaven who took a cool timelapse video at the State Fair. Here’s the link to his video:
Have a good one!