Showers Move Out, Another Rain Chance Later This WeekBy
The threat for severe storms in Indiana has faded and a Severe T-Storm Watch that had been in effect for the far southwest corner of the state was canceled early. Most areas didn’t get much rain, the exception: around a quarter inch for Crawfordsville.
Radar estimates show a few pockets of 1/2″+ rainfall north of Lafayette to Logansport. Officially for Indy, 0.04″ of rain fell through 10pm.
Our next chance of rain arrives late Thursday into Friday with strong to severe storms a possibility and a good chance of rain ahead of a cold front. Temperatures will warm progressively until Thursday when we near 90, then drop dramatically behind the front with the return of cool 70s Friday through the weekend.
That cooler trend could last through next week. The Climate Prediction Center’s outlook for August 21-27 shows below normal temperatures for the entire Hoosier state.
Finally our Hoosier Pic of the Day courtesy of Michael Moss of New Whiteland. The heavy rain last week has transformed some lawns from brown to green! Submit your pic here: or here: https://www.facebook.com/ChikageWindlerFanPage?ref=hl or here: https://www.facebook.com/WTHR13