Scattered showers are around Central Indiana right now. Areas along and south of I-70 are seeing the most steady light rain. The movement of the rain is generally from west to east. We will continue to see that pattern into this afternoon with showers diminishing as we go into the evening.
Today’s high of 73 is below our normal high of 84, and 2 degrees warmer than our “cold record” high of 81 set back in 1884.
We will start to dry out as we head into the early evening. However, I won’t rule out a spotty shower as temps fall into the mid 60s tonight.
Tomorrow isolated showers are possible in the morning but will become more likely during the heat of the day in the afternoon as highs warm into the upper 70s.
Futuretrak13 on both Saturday and Sunday shows a few showers and thunderstorms from this slow moving system.
In the 7 day forecast temps stay below our normal high of 84 as temps in the 70s with sunshine make a return next week.