A break from the rain allows warmest of May Wednesday; Chilly weekend forecast

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WELCOME DRY TIME

A chance of a shower or t-storm will continue this evening and possible up til midnight. The storm threat is minimal and any storms that do develop should be few and far between.

Rainfall of .11" brings the monthly total to 2.34" - that's good for the 20th wettest start to a May ever. Weather records date back 145 years.

FOG FORMING

There will be for overnight and possibly rather thick by daybreak Wednesday. If you are headed out early Wednesday, patch dense for will be possible especially away from Indianapolis.

10 pm visibility Tuesday

10 pm visibility Tuesday

WARMEST OF DAY OF MAY

There will be many rain free hours Wednesday and after morning fog we make a run at 80°, the first of the month. Fog may play a part in whether we make it or not but we expect the skies to brighten at times.

ADI 18z RPM 4km Temperature

STORM CHANCE TO RETURN

We cannot take out the rain chance entirely for Wednesday and Thursday but feel the threat for rain may hold off until later Wednesday evening and overnight into Thursday morning. We improve the rainfall forecast for Friday to almost no rain to end the work week!

RPM forecast radar 8 PM Wednesday

RPM forecast radar 8 PM Wednesday

AFTER WARM UP A CHILLY WEEKEND

A push of cooler air Friday will ease the rain chance and the humidity. Showers are looking likely again early Saturday morning as reinforcing cool air moves in to start the weekend. A chilly night is expected late Saturday night and Sunday morning could have local thermometer dipping into the upper 30s again!

We will keep you up to date on the chill and rain timing for track festivities this weekend throughout the week.

Weather map Saturday morning

Weather map Saturday morning