Areas of moderate to heavy rain will lead to flooded roads in Central Indiana. Use caution and expect potential delays/detours getting to work this morning, and don’t forget you can track Live Doppler 13 radar. Severe storms are not expected this morning, but are possible in eastern Indiana later this afternoon. Rainfall reports as of 3am exceeded 3.50″ in Kokomo! An additional 1″ to locally 2″ is possible between this morning and afternoon.
FutureTrak 13 at 10am shows the axis of rain from Indianapolis and points to the east.
There’s some uncertainty on specific location of storm redevelopment along a cold front later this afternoon. But it appears the greatest for severe weather will be east of Indianapolis, where better heating/instability is expected.
The forecast Friday quickly shifts from precipitation to temperatures. After being 20° ABOVE normal Wednesday (high of 82°), highs Friday will be 10-15° BELOW normal and lows in the 30s Friday-Sunday morning.
After a chilly start Sunday morning temperatures quickly shoot into the mid 60s. The long range outlook suggests a return to a stormy pattern next week.