Picture perfect end to the weekend will give way to a slight notch up in humidity and storm chances as we head back to work this week.
A mixture of sun and clouds will breezy conditions at times. Highs will top out in the mid to upper 70′s. A few 80′s will be possible south of Indianapolis. Should be a perfect weather for opening day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Clouds will increase during the overnight. A stray sprinkle or two can’t be ruled out. Temperatures will be a little more mild overnight, dipping into the mid to upper 50′s.
A slow moving cold front will swing into the state, sparking showers and storms across central Indiana from the northwest. A few isolated showers might be possible for the morning drive, but rain chances will be more numerous by late morning into the afternoon. Highs will top out in the lower 80′s.
There is a “marginal” risk of severe storms north of Indianapolis. Large hail with damaging winds will be the main concern with any strong storm that develops Monday afternoon.
Rain chances will continue into Monday night, through Tuesday morning. The boundary will eventually lift north of central Indiana, leaving us dry for the middle of the week.
Numbers will remain well above average, topping out at or just above 80 starting Monday. Humidity will ramp up just a bit beginning Monday afternoon, setting up a very summer like pattern.