Temperatures across central Indiana have climbed into the upper 70s, with some places reaching into the 80s. Some of the area may see an isolated shower or two by this evening; otherwise, skies will remain partly cloudy. Tonight, temperatures will fall into the mid 60s with mostly clear skies.
Afternoon rain chances look likely for the remainder of this week and through the first half of the weekend. Temperatures will remain in the low 80s for highs through the weekend.
Any lingering scattered showers or storms will wrap up as the heating of the day gives way to the cooler overnight temperatures. Lows are expected near 60 degrees.
Another day of temperatures near 80 degrees with isolated afternoon showers developing. A few storms may be possible, but widespread severe weather is not expected at this time. Lows in the low to mid 60s.
More scattered showers and storms are likely, especially during the afternoon. Highs near 82 degrees. Lows in the mid 60s.
The unsettled pattern continues with chances for storms during the afternoon. Highs will remain in the low 80s. Overnight lows in the low 60s.
Sunday through next week:
Rain chances take a break for a few days as high pressure builds over central Indiana. Highs will climb into the mid 80s as we’ll expect plenty of sunshine Sunday through Tuesday. Rain chances return Tuesday evening.
Scattered showers have popped up this afternoon. Brief heavy downpours are possible with these showers, and as the afternoon progresses, some thunderstorms are likely.
Temperatures have climbed into the upper 70s, and many areas will likely top out around 80 degrees. Any brief downpours will drop the temperatures briefly.
Most of the showers will wrap up through the late evening and overnight. Low temperatures near 60 degrees.
Heavy rain from afternoon thunderstorms came down more quickly than many locations could handle. The storms started near Kokomo and Tipton and moved south across metro Indy on Tuesday afternoon.
In Westfield, State Road 32 had up to a half of a foot of standing water at one point, along with some pea sized hail.
In Broad Ripple, heavy rain and poor drainage led to some minor street flooding even after the storms passed.
Officially at the airport, only 0.14″ of rain fell. But many locations received .5″ to 1″ of rain.
Practice for Wednesday is from 1:55 pm to 4:25 pm.
It will be partly cloudy with scattered thunderstorms. Our futurecast models show rain moving in and out during the practice period. The high temperature will reach 75 degrees for Anderson. It will be comfortable and cool for July.
Overview: It feels like fall outside. Does the weather know a lot of kids are going back to school already??? Sorry!!
Coolest July: We’re on track to have the coolest July on record this 2014 season.
Tonight: Tonight will be very cool with low temperatures in the upper 50s. It will be partly cloudy with spotty showers before midnight.
Wednesday: Another comfortable day with spotty showers and thunderstorms. High temps will not exceed the upper 70s. Expect partly cloudy skies.
Remainder of the Week & your Weekend Preview: Most of the 8 day forecast has below average July temperatures in the upper 70s and lower 80s. Despite the cooler temperatures, we still have thunderstorms in the forecast. Expect scattered thunderstorms all the way through Saturday.
Temps are still below average for this time of year and will be for most of the 8 day forecast. Temperatures won’t exceed the upper 70s and lower 80s for the remainder of the week and weekend. Currents temps are in the lower 70s. There are chances for spotty showers later today. Expect partly cloudy skies for the remainder to the day.
Take a look at how cold this 2014 July has been….
Tuesday will be a day off for the Colts players training in Anderson, however the team will return to action on Wednesday.
Practice is set to go from 1:55 pm to 4:25 pm Wednesday as temperatures rise near 78 for the afternoon high.
Some spotty showers and thunderstorms may be possible in the afternoon, so keep in eye to the sky as you may have to dodge one of these showers.
Our cool pattern will continue this week as we also get set to enter a wetter pattern of weather as well. Temperatures are not forecasted above 80 throughout the 8-day and rain chances appear just about every day through the weekend.
Skies clear this evening as near record low temperatures will spread across the Hoosier state. Expect and overnight low in the city near 54, with mostly clear skies.
Spotty showers, and some storms, will develop as we go into tomorrow afternoon. Skies will start clear, but clouds will build as we go into the afternoon. Expect a high tomorrow afternoon near 76.
Thunderstorms are also possible on Wednesday, however still spotty in their coverage. Temperatures will warm up a little more than Tuesday as we are expecting to see a high near 78 Wednesday afternoon.
Thursday & Friday:
Storms pick up in their coverage for Thursday and Friday as we are expecting scattered storms both days that will continue into the weekend. Expect a high near 80 for Thursday and a slightly cooler high of 79 on Friday.
Expect scattered thunderstorm activity to continue throughout the weekend as temperatures continue to hover just below 80. 78 is the expected high Saturday with a high of 79 on Sunday.
Storms should come to an end as we start off next Monday. Partly cloudy skies are expected Monday with mostly sunny conditions moving in for Tuesday. Our cool pattern will however continue, as temperatures should warm near 80 Monday, but only 79 for Tuesday.
Another unseasonably cool July day with the possibility of spotty showers this afternoon.
Expect our high today to be around 74 with partly cloudy skies and some spotty showers. Conditions clear out and temperatures fall far this evening as we are expecting and overnight low of 54 here in the city.