INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Some areas in central Indiana saw just over a tenth of an inch of rain yesterday. Most areas today have seen little to no rain with just a few isolated storms.
There is still the chance for a few showers for the next few hours, but things look to clear out by late this evening.
Tonight is the Perseid meteor shower! The meteors will come out of the northeast at a rate of one to two per minute.
Lows will only fall into the upper 60s while outlying areas will bottom out in the lower 60s.
As we roll into tomorrow afternoon, cloud coverage looks to move in. We have the chance to see scattered showers and storms during the mid afternoon hours. Locally heavy downpours are possible.
Highs will top out in the mid 80s for Sunday afternoon.
We look to remain mostly dry through Tuesday before rain chances return for Wednesday and Thursday.
Temperatures will hover in the mid to upper 80s before dropping towards the 80° mark. The upcoming rain chances will be the reason for cooler temperatures.
Rain chances look to continue as we head into next weekend. Our temperatures will vary from the upper 70s to the mid 80s.