INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — There will be another dose of hit-and-miss rain for Sunday, with a few isolated storms possible.
An upper level low was responsible for a few pesky showers Saturday, and more consistent rain this morning will continue to move northeast out of western Tennessee. As it moves close to central Indiana, you can expect more scattered showers, with an isolated storm to develop across the state. Like yesterday, there still should remain plenty of dry time through the day, but rain will be possible at any point during the day. For most, showers should be relatively light.
Highs will top out in the middle to upper 70s.
A scattered shower chance will continue for the early to mid-evening hours, as the low continues to march through the Midwest. A cold front will swing through the state overnight, sparing another round of showers and storms across the area after midnight.
Overnight temperatures will likely hover in the lower 70s.
A cold front will have exited the area before daybreak. A few isolated showers may be possible near dawn, but most of the day will see a decrease in cloud cover with cooler temps and breezy conditions.
Temperatures will hover in the upper 60s for most of the day.
8 day forecast:
Tuesday and most of the daytime hours on Wednesday look quiet with dry air overhead. The next shot of showers and storms will move in Wednesday night into Thursday. Temperatures over the work week will remain below average by a good 5° to at times 10°. We’ll see a bounce back in temps by Father’s Day weekend.