After stringing together a couple of really nice days across central Indiana, slight chances for rain and storms return to the forecast as we close out the weekend.
Starting off the day relatively quiet. Storms to our northwest will die off this morning, leaving us with partly cloudy skies through early to mid afternoon. Cold front swinging through the state will likely spark a few isolated showers and storms to the area by this afternoon and evening.
There is a Marginal Risk, or a low end threat for severe storms later today. Main concern will be damaging winds and large hail.
Highs today top out in the middle 80s.
Isolated storms will likely hang around through much of the overnight, as the cold front will be slow to mix out of the state. Many areas should be dry, but don’t be surprised to hear a few rumbles of thunder while you are sleeping.
Lows dip to the middle 60s.
With the exception of a few isolated storms in far eastern Indiana, much of the area should be dry and pleasant. Highs top out in the lower to middle 80s.
Slightly warmer temperatures and higher humidity, as well advertised heat dome to our west starts to inch its way closer to central Indiana. Highs top out in the middle 80s under mostly sunny skies. Humidity will be a touch higher as well.
8 Day Forecast:
Near 90° returns starting Wednesday. Boundary that should allow for storm chances will start to sag into central Indiana by Thursday morning, leaving us with daily, but only isolated shots for showers and storms Thursday through the end of the weekend. Temperatures will remain toasty for the back half of the extended forecast, ranging between the middle 80s to the lower 90s.