INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Scattered showers and storms will continue thorugh midnight, storms could produce heavy rain, and gusty winds.
A pesky stalled-out boundary continues to hang around the Midwest — everyone is on the warm side of this front. Storms have developed across the area in the southern half of the state. We’ll continue to see storm development through the midevening hours, with a low end threat of a severe storm or two for areas south and east of Indy.
Once we move into the late evening hours, showers will remain, but our severe weather threat should end. Overnight lows will run warm, only falling to the lower 60s across the area.
The stationary boundary will move slightly closer to the region, which should aid in more widespread rain as well as a severe weather risk for the afternoon and evening hours.
Highs will still hold in the middle 70s through the afternoon.
The boundary will finally exit the area but remain close enough for some isolated showers for the morning hours.
Highs only top out in the lower to middle 60s.
Rain is looking a little more likely for the 500 Festival Mini-Marathon on Saturday, with a decent shot for rain from Indy and points south starting by midmorning. Drier air will settle in briefly for Sunday. Multiple rounds of rain will return to the forecast next week.