Pamela Gardner

A Warm Weekend

April 12th, 2014 at 9:32 am by under Colts Forecast, Weather

Temperatures will stay above average all weekend with daytime highs topping out in the 70s Saturday afternoon!

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Clouds will gradually increase as we get in Sunday with rain and thunderstorms staying northwest of the Central Indiana until Monday morning.  Rain and thunderstorms will be around for both Monday and Monday night with colder temperatures arriving on Tuesday.

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The coldest day of the work week will be Tuesday with a cold north wind and daytime high temperatures only reaching the lower to mid 40s.   Watch for a few areas of light snow early Tuesday morning with no snow accumulation expected.


Warmer temperatures will be back next weekend!


Warm and Windy!

April 12th, 2014 at 6:57 am by under Colts Forecast, Weather

Good morning everyone.  Partly cloudy skies will be around for Saturday with gusty south winds.  Temperatures will quickly warm up into the mid 70s this afternoon with overnight lows only dropping into the lower 60s Sunday morning.  Temperatures will stay mild and will top out in the mid 70s again Sunday afternoon with rain and thunderstorms expected late Sunday night lasting through Monday.  Watch for overnight lows Monday night to drop down into the lower 30s and the possibility of light snow!  No snow accumulation is expected.  Average temperatures return by the end of the work week.


Rain By Daybreak

April 6th, 2014 at 10:29 pm by under Weather

Showers and storms are moving towards Indiana from the south.  The rain arrives in the southern half of the state by daybreak Monday.  The rain is Indy by 7am according to Forecast 8 Futurecast.  Keep the umbrella handy, the rain continues all day with also some thunderstorms.

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Rain Moves In For Monday

April 6th, 2014 at 7:09 pm by under Colts Forecast, Weather

We stay dry this evening.  Temperatures are in the 50s for everyone.  Tonight we dip into the lower 40s and the clouds increase ahead of the rain.

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A rain-maker is gathering moisture to our south.  The system moves northward into Indiana by daybreak Monday according to Forecast 8 Futurecast.  The rain spreads into northern Indiana by noon.  The entire day will be soggy with also a chance for thunderstorms.  We don’t expect anything severe but the storms could produce small hail, gusty wind, heavy rain, lightning and thunder.  Rainfall potential through daybreak Tuesday is half an inch to 1″ of rain.

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Temps stay chilly for Monday with highs only topping off in the lower 50s.  On Tuesday we dry out, but stay cool with highs in the lower 50s again.  Warmer temps return for the end of the week.

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A Milder Sunday

April 6th, 2014 at 4:21 pm by under Weather

We are enjoying mostly sunny skies and milder temps this Sunday afternoon.  Temps are in the low to mid 50s across the state.  This evening remains clear and temps fall into the lower 40s for overnight lows.  Rain moves in by daybreak Monday.



April 6th, 2014 at 9:55 am by under Colts Forecast, Weather

Mostly sunny skies will be around for Sunday with daytime highs topping out near 60°.  Sunday evening will stay quiet as temperatures drop into the mid 40s with clouds and rain showers approaching from the south.  Rain showers will move in during the overnight hours Sunday night with only light rain expected at the bus stops Monday morning.  Rain showers will become more widespread during the day on Monday with heavy rain expected during the afternoon hours.


A few isolated thunderstorms are possible but the threat for widespread severe weather is not anticipated.  Rainfall amounts on Monday will have the potential to exceed 1.00″ but look to stay below 1.25″ with flood warnings on local rivers continuing through the upcoming week.   Rain will exit quickly on Tuesday with dry conditions moving in for the rest of the work week.  Our next chance for rain will arrive next Saturday and Sunday.


Around Freezing Overnight

April 5th, 2014 at 11:05 pm by under Weather

Temps have cooled into the upper 30s and lower 40s under a clear sky.  Overnight lows dip into the upper 20s and lower 30s.   It will be a frosty start to Sunday.  Once the sun gets high in the sky we warm into the upper 50s and lower 60s.

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A Warmer Sunday

April 5th, 2014 at 6:28 pm by under Colts Forecast, Weather

Temperatures are in the upper 40s and lower 50s.  These temps are running around 10º cooler than this time yesterday, and below our average high temp of 60º.  Tonight we stay clear and cool with lows in the upper 20s and lower 30s.

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Sunday stays nice and dry, plus our temps warm up a bit.  We will be in the upper 50s and lower 60s for highs.

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Rain chances return for Monday morning and will stick around all day.  We could get another half an inch to 1.5″ of rainfall with this system.  The rain moves out Monday night which will leave some clouds and sprinkles for Tuesday.  Temps dip into the lower 50s because of the rain Monday and Tuesday.  Then a warming trend begins for the second half of the work week.



Cooler This Afternoon

April 5th, 2014 at 4:26 pm by under Weather

Temperatures are in the upper 40s and lower 50s.  We have mainly sunny skies and the clearing continues tonight.  Temps get chilly this evening into tonight as lows dip into the lower 30s.


A Cooler Day

April 5th, 2014 at 7:16 am by under Colts Forecast, Weather

Good morning everyone.  Cloudy skies will be around to start the day today with partly cloudy skies moving in for the afternoon hours.  Chilly northwest winds will keep temperatures below average again today with daytime highs only topping out near 50°.  The skies will clear for the overnight hours tonight with low temperatures dropping down to around 32°.

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Sunday will start off chilly in the lower 30s but will end up slightly warmer than Saturday with daytime highs reaching the upper 50s.  Partly cloudy skies Sunday will become cloud filled Sunday evening with scattered rain showers moving in early Monday morning making for a wet commute back to work and school.  A warming trend begins next week.

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River flood warnings continue through the weekend and into next week.  Significant flooding will occur. We had 3″ to 7″ of rainfall and the heaviest rain was in southern Indiana.  Here is a link to the river gauges:

Flood Warnings