INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — It will be dry and cool to end the weekend with multiple rain chances returning to the forecast for the work week.
A system responsible for rain Saturday continues to push east. We’re left with cloud cover Sunday morning, but as drier air from high pressure moves in later today, we’ll see gradual clearing heading into the afternoon. Temperatures will remain cool, with highs only in the middle to upper 50s later today.Sunday Night:
An increase in cloud cover should limit the chill across central Indiana heading into the overnight hours. Don’t rule out an isolated shower or two after midnight. Better rain chances will move in closer to daybreak. Lows will fall to the middle 40s
Area of low pressure, with a trailing front will move into the area to kick off the week. You can expect scattered showers, with a few thunderstorms possible for much of the day.
Highs will warm back into the upper 60s.
8 day forecast:
A frontal system on Monday will stall out over the state, creating multiple chances for rain and storms Tuesday through Thursday. Some heavy rain will be possible at times, so there will be an ongoing flooding threat for many creeks and rivers for much of this week. We look to dry out starting Friday, and early indications are nice weather for the Mini Marathon Saturday monring.