Scattered showers are moving along a weak cold front in northern Indiana. These showers will stay just north of central Indiana until late this afternoon. Then the front slowly moves south through the state, triggering an isolated thunderstorm late today. Most of us will stay dry and very warm with highs in the mid 80s.
Central Indiana avoids rain chances until late this afternoon with an isolated thunderstorm. Other than that, today will be dry and partly cloudy…with very warm temps. Temperatures this morning are in the upper 60s and lower 70s. Temps rise quickly during the afternoon hours-reaching highs in the mid and upper 80s. Our average high temp is 72º. Our record high temp for this date is 88º set in 2001, 1988, and 1894. We get close to the record high, but we should miss it. Overnight lows remain warm in the mid 60s tonight.
Temps on Thursday will be a bit cooler in the upper 70s and lower 80s. Expecting more clouds and some rain too that will help cool us. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected as a front stalls out during the day Thursday. Repeated chance for rain stick around the 8-day forecast due to the stalled front. Temperatures remain more summer-like in the extended forecast.
Today: A stray storm is possible late today, but there shouldn’t be a problem getting in practice. Nearing a record high of 84º.
Thursday: Any point in the day there is a chance for rain and thunderstorms due to a stalled out front. Practice may be off and on. High of 77º.
Fast Friday: Scattered shower and storms. High of 80º.
Pole Day: Scattered showers and thunderstorms. High of 82º.
Bump Day: Partly cloudy. High of 83º.
Temperatures are in the upper 40s and lower 50s right now. Overnight lows won’t have any trouble falling into the mid and upper 30s. High pressure will continue to help pull in cooler temps, plus lack of clouds will play a factor (radiational cooling). A Frost Advisory is in effect 3am to 9am Monday morning for all of central Indiana. Monday, mostly sunny and a little warmer with highs in the lower 60s.
This Mother’s Day has been sunny, but chilly. Winds are still from the northwest between 5 and 15 mph, gusting up to 25 mph on occasion. Temperatures are in the low to mid 50s. Late this evening we fall into the 40s with mostly clear skies.
A Frost Advisory goes into effect for all of central Indiana from 3am to 9am Monday. Overnight lows fall into the mid and upper 30s. This won’t be a killing frost, but sensitive plants will be damaged. Bring in your plants and flowers or cover them up if you can.
Warmer temperatures filter in by Monday afternoon with highs reaching the lower 60s. Tuesday’s highs jump into the upper 70s. Both of those days will be nice and sunny. Wednesday we reach the warmest temps of the season, in the mid 80s. That also is the day where a system moves into the Ohio Valley. The system will trigger scattered thunderstorms off an on throughout the next weekend and possibly, beyond.
Temperatures for this Mother’s Day afternoon are in the mid 50s. A strong wind from the northwest is really making it feel chilly. Wind gusts are between 20 and 25 mph. Temps this evening will fall into the 40s, then eventually the mid to upper 30s overnight. A Frost Advisory is in effect for all of central Indiana 3am to 9am Monday. Bring in, or cover up any sensitive plants.
A cold front continues to move farther southeast…ushering cooler temps and keeping wind speeds high. Winds are sustained from the northwest between 5 and 15 mph for most. The highest wind speed is in Indianapolis at 23 mph. Temperatures are in the upper 40s and lower 50s. Overnight lows plummet into the upper 30s. Mother’s day, mostly sunny then becoming partly sunny with highs in the mid 50s and breezy.
Tracking a few thundershowers as a weak cold front pushes through central Indiana. The rain will move out over the next couple of hours. Cooler air takes over for tonight into Mother’s Day. Temps right now are in the lower 60s with lows tonight falling into the upper 30s. Patchy frost is possible in the northern parts of central Indiana, but most places will not get it due to the wind staying high enough from the northwest 5-15 mph.
Mother’s Day temps won’t get too warm-highs top out in the upper 50s for most.
A dry stretch settles in…lots of sunshine is in the forecast through the later part of the work week. Temperatures bottom out in the mid 30s Monday morning. Some areas could see patchy frost. A warming trend kicks in Monday afternoon with highs in the lower 60s. Highs reach the lower 80s by Wednesday.
A thunderstorm is about to move through Indy’s north side. Expecting some thunder, some lightning and a brief heavy downpour. The entire line of rain across central Indiana is moving to the southeast.
Spotty showers are developing ahead of a cold front in northwestern Indiana. These showers will be brief as they make their way towards Indianapolis and opening day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. After the small line of rain moves through, cooler air filters in with overnight lows in the mid to upper 30s.
Indianapolis set a record yesterday for record daily rainfall. 1.08″ beat the old record of .87″ set in 2000.
Here are weather watcher rainfall totals from last night. More showers and thunderstorms are in the forecast this afternoon…not expecting anything severe.