Scattered showers and storms are likely across Central Indiana today, along with another chance to break the high temp record!
Highs should reach 77 today (or a few degrees higher) breaking the record of 76 set back in 1903. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be around especially for the morning and early afternoon. Widespread severe weather is not likely, but isolated storms could contain hail and gusty winds.
Tonight, we dry out, and patchy fog is possible as temps drop to around 60 degrees.
Monday and Tuesday highs will reach the low 80s, and more records will fall. Monday’s record high is 78 from 1921, Tuesday’s record is 80 set back in 1894.
Wednesday looks dry, but late Wednesday night scattered showers and thunderstorms will move back into the forecast. The timing of this is still being worked out, so check back for more updates!
Cooler air will be ushered in behind the rain, with highs in the 60s as we head into next weekend.