Indianapolis’ dry streak is over. Wednesday Indy picked up .40″ of rain. That brings our total since June 1st up to .49″ of rain. More rain chances are coming our way today, but they won’t wipe out the drought that’s blanketing the state.
Strong to severe storms are expected across Central Indiana today.
Highs will reach the 90s with scattered storms developing throughout the day. Some storms may be strong to severe across Central Indiana with damaging wind, hail, heavy rain and frequent lightning. All of Central Indiana is under a slight risk for severe storms.
Tonight scattered showers and storms wind down with temps falling into the 60s.
Friday, cooler air moves in as highs top out in the mid 80s.
We’ll be dry this weekend as temps push into the low 90s again.
Our next best chance for rain arrives Tuesday as temps push into the mid 90s.