INDIANAPOLIS – After a dry, sunny, and HOT stretch of weather across central Indiana, a cold front moves through this weekend and changes everything. Storms are in the forecast for Saturday afternoon and late Sunday.
The sky will be dry to start of Saturday. Then in the late afternoon to early evening hours, we will see storm chances increase. By 3 p.m. Saturday, storms are expected in the heart of central Indiana. By 6 p.m. the rain activity increases. We could see brief 60 mph wind gusts out of these storms. Then it becomes dry once again Saturday night closer to midnight.
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Dry and sunny start to Sunday
The first part of Sunday will be dry and pleasant. Partly cloudy skies start to build in my 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
Sunday night storms
Sunday evening rain becomes more widespread and storm chances pick back up. Before 8 p.m. Sunday, we could see a bit of thunderstorm activity. The storms start to spread out and intensify after sunset into the overnight hours of early Monday morning. We begin to dry out after 7 a.m. Sunday. Click through the slideshow below for rain and storm timing!