INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — After a soggy and stormy Thursday morning, we gear up for round two Thursday night, with isolated showers still in play for Friday.
A lot of cloud cover across the area has limited the opportunity to help “recharge” the atmosphere after our morning cluster of storms. This should help to limit instability (the “juice” that helps fuel strong/severe storms). That said, a marginal risk for severe storms exits across all of central Indiana – but the believe is that the threat for strong/severe storms is very low at this point.
Expect rain to fill in across the area by early evening, continuing through late evening. We’ll catch a brief break after Midnight, before isolated showers return by mid overnight through the Friday morning commute.
Overnight lows fall to the middle 60s.
Our severe weather threat for Friday has shifted east, including far southeastern counties of Indiana – closer to Cincinnati.
There should be several dry hours for Friday – with a lot of cloud cover. A few showers from time to time, even an isolated thunderstorm will be possible. Drier air settles in Friday night, kicking rain chances out of here.
Highs top out in the middle 70s Friday afternoon.
Half and half for now. Looks great for runners of the Indy Mini Marathon, with starting temps in the middle 50s. Highs hit the middle 70s Saturday afternoon. Watch for scattered showers and storms across the area Sunday.
8 Day Forecast:
Dry and slightly cooler (but comfortable) start to the work week, with highs in the lower 70s Monday/Tuesday. Warmer temps Wednesday will bring in shower and storm chances to the area Wednesday night into Thursday.