We’re a state divided today. From sunshine and warm highs in the 80s in northern parts of the state, to showers and upper 60s south of I-70. Coverage of showers will diminish slowly for southern Indiana, but linger long enough to impact outdoor evening plans the next several hours.
While it’s a close call… sprinkles and light showers continue to sink south of downtown Indianapolis. This paves the way for dry conditions for the Indiana State Fair, Indianapolis Indians and Moto on Meridian this evening. Temperatures will hover in the lower 70s.
Areas of fog will develop overnight and into Saturday morning. There will be plenty of dry time this weekend, but both days feature scattered shower and storm chances in the afternoon/early evening hours. Check radar before heading out. Highs Saturday will be near 80 and jump into the lower to mid 80s Sunday.
Storm chances continue early next week with this unsettled weather pattern. A strong cold front passing the state late Tuesday brings an end to rain chance and ushers in cooler than normal air.
Enjoy the evening and have a great weekend – Sean Ash