Temperatures flirting with 80° for the next couple of days will also usher in a few rain chances for the middle of the week, plus a big cool down in store as we head into the weekend.
No major issues for this evening. Expect some clouds rolling in throughout the evening and overnight. Temperatures will be much more comfortable than the past couple of mornings. Lows dip to around 60.
Quiet start to the day, with a mix of sun and clouds. Temperatures should be a few degrees warmer as we head into the afternoon. Showers and storms will likely evolve along a warm front – looking to set up north of our area – but a few stray showers and storms could be possible for areas north of I-70.
There is a marginal risk for severe storms for the northern third of Indiana. Damaging winds and large hail will be the primary threat.
Highs top out in the middle to upper 70s.
Cold front will swing into the state by Thursday afternoon, sparking a line of showers with a few thunderstorms. A marginal risk for severe storms is possible for extreme eastern Indiana for late afternoon. Hail & damaging winds will the primary concern. Rain should exit the area by early to mid evening.
Highs top out in the middle 70s.
Much cooler air arrives behind our Thursday cold front. Highs on Friday only top out in the upper 50s under a cloudy sky. Upper level system will bring rain and cool temps for the weekend – with best rain chances for the southern half of Indiana Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning. Highs will hover around 60° both days. Quieter pattern to open up the new work week, with highs returning to near or above normal levels by the middle of the week.