After a fantastic Flag Day, our weather is about to take a turn for the wet!
Tomorrow a warm front nudges northeast into Indiana and we’ll get a combination of heavy rain, strong to severe t-storms, and warmer, more humid air.
Timing: It looks like some of the storms could develop as early as 4 am across Central Indiana, and the morning rush looks wet. You might want to leave yourself a little extra time to get to work. Periods of heavy rain are likely to continue through midday, then lighter showers and occasional downpours are possible through early Thursday morning.
Totals: We could have pockets of heavy rain – the heaviest we’ve seen this month in parts of Central Indiana! So far in June, we have officially picked up only 0.93″ of rain at Indianapolis International Airport. That’s a full 1″ below average. Of course with such a wet April and May, we’re still nearly 7″ above average for the year. A swath of heavy rain is possible from Minnesota through Northern Tennessee, including Indiana.
Chikage Windler – Meteorologist Follow Chikage on Twitter – Become a fan on Facebook