Stormy pattern continuesJune 29th, 2014 at 4:43 pm by Pamela Gardner under Colts Forecast, Weather
Overview:The chance for isolated and scattered storms will remain for the next couple of days. We will also start to see a cool down in temperatures as we approach the end of the week.
Right now: Most of the state is dry with warm temps and muggy conditions. A few showers have popped up in eastern Indiana and continue to move northeast.
Tonight: We will have the possibility for a pop up shower but these will move out by midnight. Partly cloudy conditions remain overnight into tomorrow. Temperatures will drop into the low 70s tonight.
Tomorrow: The weather pattern to start the week will be the same as the weekend. We will have isolated showers that start around noon and mostly cloudy skies. We will see our highest temperature for the week at 88 and lows will be in the low 70s.
Tomorrow Night-Tuesday Morning: After midnight we are tracking a strong line of storms coming in from the west. These storms could bring damaging winds, hail, a brief tornado and lots of lightning. The Storm Prediction Center has northwestern Indiana under a slight risk Monday night.
Tuesday: Early chance for some scattered showers and mostly cloudy skies. The last day before we start to see a cool down in the temperatures. The high will be 86 here in the city and lows in the low 70s.
Rest of Week: Cool temperatures start to settle in for the work-week as Wednesday will be our last day in the 80s at 82. Thursday is set for 78 and July 4th is set at 79. The good news is that with the cooler temperatures (and drier air) there is no risk of rain at this point and we will see partly sunny skies. So while you may need a light jacket on Friday for the fireworks, you won’t need an umbrella.