INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Happy Friday, everyone! As expected, our Thursday was a stormy one with most areas reporting at least a bit of rainfall and some areas recording much more.
Our neighbors to the southeast, Cincinnati, recorded their 2nd highest one day rainfall total ever at 5.02”, missing the all time record of 5.21” set back in 1964.
We’re going to start Friday on a stormy note as another round of storms lurks just to our west.
That line will move into our westernmost communities before sunrise.
The storms will slide slowly towards central and southern Indiana by 7-8 a.m.
Things look to lighten up a bit by 9 this morning and clear briefly through the late morning and early afternoon.
Temperatures will once again be held back by cloud cover and scattered afternoon showers with highs in the upper 70s and low 80s.
We’ll drop into the low 70s before midnight tonight and eventually into the mid to upper 60s by daybreak Saturday.
After the soggy work week, we’ll finally dry out a bit this weekend with highs rebounding into the low to mid 80s Saturday.
A few stray storms are possible, but I think most of us will stay dry.
High temps will rebound into the mid to upper 80s by Sunday under sunny skies and we’ll stay warm to start next work week as well…
After an average start to the week, another big weathermaker will slide in by late Monday and Tuesday, delivering another round of rain and storms.
That storm system will be a catalyst for a big cool down through the second half of next week with highs temps only topping out in the mid to upper 70s under sunny skies. Enjoy the early taste of fall!