More chances for isolated showers and storms in the days ahead

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Skies remain mostly cloudy this evening and the chance remains for some isolated showers and thunderstorms. At times this evening, we will see a few more rays of sunshine and this will allow the temperature to climb a bit and this could also get some of those isolated showers and storms going. Temperatures will stay in the mid to upper 70s for much of the evening.


A small chance for rain continues overnight but most of us will stay dry with temperatures dropping into the mid 60s. Skies will be partly cloudy with light winds from the west. You also can’t rule out some patchy fog for early Wednesday morning.


The cold front continues to slowly move through central Indiana on Wednesday and this will promote more cloud cover and some spotty showers and thunderstorms during the day. This is not a guaranteed chance for rain but more like a 30% chance. Temperatures should top out around 80° on Wednesday, which once again leaves us below normal for this time of year. 84° is normal.

Much of the Thursday forecast will be dry but the weather models bring in a wave of showers and thunderstorms late Thursday evening and into the overnight hours. Scattered showers and storms will continue on Friday and this could be heavy rain in some locations. The models have been trying to hint at a stretch of heavy rain in our state, potentially over 1″ total. Recently, this has lined up to impact southwest Indiana. But any chances to the north would bring this closer to Indianapolis. I’ll keep an eye on it for you this week!