More Summer-Like WeatherAugust 1st, 2014 at 5:39 am by Pamela Gardner under Colts Forecast, Weather
Temperatures are milder this morning with most places in the 60s. Patchy fog is found across the state. Visibility southwest of Indy, mainly near Terre Haute, was down to a quarter of a mile of visibility at one point. Stay tuned to updates. The fog evaporates by 9am.
We start off clear and mild. Clouds develop and increase in coverage by the afternoon. High temps reach the low to mid 80s for the first day of the Indiana State Fair. We have a chance for scattered pop up storms and showers according to Forecast 8 Futurecast-especially by 4pm. Most of us will stay dry though.
Leftover showers and storms tonight, otherwise partly cloudy with lows in the 60s for most.
Saturday we have scattered showers and storms, otherwise partly cloudy skies. Sunday we dry off. High temps both days this weekend will be in the low to mid 80s.
A decent dry stretch continues for Monday and Tuesday with highs in the mid 80s. Rain chances return for Wednesday and Thursday.
We completed July as the coldest July on record for Indianapolis. Our average temperature was 70.1º. The old record was 70.6º set in 1947. The August outlook from the climate prediction center has central Indiana under “cooler than normal” temps. We have a equal chance for below normal, normal, or wetter than normal for precipitation.