Storms Possible Overnight, Not as Hot and Not as Humid SundayBy
Indy was cleared from the “Slight Risk” of severe storms on Saturday evening, but there’s still the possibility of scattered showers & storms firing up overnight, after midnight and into the morning hours ahead of a cold front.
Storm reports from Saturday included many wind reports from the Chicago area where gusts between 60-80 mph were reported. The Indy area clocked a wind gust of 63 mph at Eagle Creek Airport Saturday afternoon. More here: https://nwschat.weather.gov/lsr/#LOT,ILN,IND,IWX/201208041800/201208050204/0100
Our official rain total for Indy was .25″ which leaves us -.18″ this month, -8.06″ since June 1st, and -10.4″ since January 1st. Radar estimated rain totals were as high as 1″ in some parts of the state.
After reaching a high of 94 Saturday, we’ll watch cooler, drier, less humid air filter in behind the cold front by Sunday afternoon. The morning will still be muggy with patchy fog and a leftover shower possible, but sunshine and lower humidity should work in for the afternoon with a high around 90. Monday and Tuesday will bring mostly sunny and comfortable weather with highs in the 80s We warm back up mid to late week with a chance of rain returning Thursday (isolated Central, scattered North) and Friday (scattered).