Slow moving system will bring showers and storms to the area to kick off our weekend. A slow warm up will take place as we head back to work next week.
On & off morning showers will fill in to more steady rain during the mid day to afternoon hours. A few thunderstorms could be possible, especially south of Indianapolis. North of the city, it will be a cool, steady dose of rain through the day.
Areas south of a Bloomington to Columbus line are under a slight risk for severe storms. Damaging winds and large hail will be the primary threat for any strong storm that develops.
Showers will move out during the mid to late evening hours. Clouds will slowly break during the overnight hours. Temperatures will fall quickly, with many areas north of Indianapolis falling to the mid 30′s.
Dry conditions and warmer temperatures to wrap up the weekend. Highs will top out in the low to mid 60′s.
Warming Next Week:
Quiet weather pattern setting up for the work week. Temperatures will hold in the low 60′s through the start of the week. Scattered rain chances on Wednesday will initiate a warm up for the end of the week. Highs for Thursday and Friday will return to near normal levels – mid to upper 60′s. We should start to see 70′s returning by next weekend.