INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — An active pattern will continue with storm chances and flooding issues Sunday.
Another wave of storms will push through the state Sunday morning. A few storms could be severe, with damaging wind the primary concern. The severe threat should clear the area by mid-morning.
Flash flooding will also be a threat Sunday. Much of the area remains under a Flash Flood Watch until early Sunday afternoon.
The day is not a total wash. We should see some dry time starting later this morning into the afternoon. A few isolated storms will be possible for the second half of the day, but should not be widespread.
Highs will top out in the lower 80s this afternoon.
The forecast is not a completely dry one with isolated showers and a rumble of thunder possible through the overnight hours, but it should be relatively quiet. Lows will fall to the middle 60s.
An active pattern will continue, with on and off showers and storms through the day. Flooding will remain a concern with the potential for heavy rain makers at anytime. A few storms on Monday could also be severe. Much of central Indiana is under a Marginal Risk for severe storms Monday.
Highs will top out around 80°
8 day forecast:
A soggy pattern will continue for much of the week, with nearly daily rain chances this week. The exception may be Friday. Temperatures will remain near normal, and flooding will continue to be a concern each day this week with the potential for heavy rain nearly every day in the extended.