A complex of strong to severe storms will head towards central Indiana as we head into the late evening and overnight hours. The primary threat will be damaging winds, but hail is also possible.
We’ll dry out briefly in most areas early tomorrow morning before more rain and storms develop through the early afternoon hours on your Father’s Day. If you have any outdoor plans, you might try to push them indoors to err on the side of caution, otherwise, stay weather aware!
Temperatures will drop into the low 80s tomorrow, and behind the rain, relief from the heat looks to slide our way to start the new work week. We’ll top out in the mid to upper 70s Monday, but the cool-down will be brief.
As temperatures climb back into the 80s by mid-week, rain chances will start to rise. Our next round of storms will dive in Thursday with better chances for more widespread rain and strong storms both Friday and early next Saturday.
The early look ahead to next weekend doesn’t look half bad. For now, storms look to clear out by mid-day Saturday with more sunshine set to slide our direction through the second half of next weekend.