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Some high thin clouds started to move into Indiana on Saturday. These clouds are connected to a weather system in the Southeast U.S. Sunday, the clouds will get thicker and could produce a few brief sprinkles. However, there should be little or no impact on the Indy 500. For the most part, we will see our warming trend roll on through the Memorial Day holiday. And there is a bonus, the warmer temps will come without much humidity increase until next week.

This evening – Mostly cloudy and dry with comfortable temperatures in the 70s.

Tonight – Cloudy, dry and not as cool. Low 58

Sunday – Mostly cloudy with a slight chance for a sprinkle. High 83

Memorial Day – Becoming partly cloudy and a little warmer. High 86.

Extended Outlook (Tue – Sun)
Gradually getting warmer with more humidity. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s all week. there is a chance for some spotty showers on Friday.

A large area of rain in the Southeast is moving toward Indiana. The good news is that the air is so dry in Central Indiana now that the rain will, for the most part, be evaporating before it gets here. Just a slight chance for a few sprinkles Sunday.
FutureCast shows the area of rain moving into Ohio and Kentucky Sunday afternoon but staying south of Central Indiana.
It will be mostly cloudy Sunday. That will hold temperatures down a bit. Upper 70s in the afternoon is about average for this time in May. However, even though it will be cloudy, don’t forget the sunblock.
Sunday the clouds will be a little thinner in Northern Indiana tomorrow. Temperatures will be a little warmer in the north than in the south, fairly comfortable humidity levels statewide.

Although the scattered showers missed many areas in Central Indiana on Saturday, there are a couple more possibilities of rain as we wrap up the weekend. The next possibility will be about 2:00 AM tonight. Then the showers should be gone by early Sunday morning. Mostly dry weather through Sunday afternoon. Then the next rould of showers will move in late afternoon or early evening. This area of showers will be off and on until Mondy morning.

Tonight – Showers possible after midnight. Low 62.

Sunday – Rain ending early Sunday morning. Dry through the afternoon. High 74. More showers possible by late afternoon into early eveing.

Monday – Any lingering showers ending early. then it dries out and becomes partly cloudy and pleasant by Noon. High 74

Extended Outlook (Tue-Sun)
A dry period except for a chance for showers Friday. Slightly below average temperatures Tuesday and then warming to mid 70s Wednesday through Friday. Slightly cooler again next weekend.

Hit and miss showers were popping up and dying out all day in Central Indiana
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FutureCast shows a more organized area of showers headed into Central Indiana after midnight into the early morning hours Sunday.
Weather will be mostly dry in the middle of the day Sunday, but another round of showers moves in during the late afternoon and eveing.
After a steamy 83 high temperature Saturday, it will be a little cooler Sunday because of more clouds and rain around. But still feeling quite humid.

Not continuous rain, be there will be showers off and the rest of this weekend into Monday. And a big change in temperature as a cold front brings buch cooler weather through Tuesday.

Tonight – Showers and some storms moving through. Lightning, gusty winds and brief heavy rain will accompany the strongest storms. No sever weather is expected.. Low tonight 44.

Sunday – Breezy and much cooler. High 55. And there will be scattered showers popping up from time to time, Also some dry time.

Monday – Chilly weather to start the month of May. Average high temperature to start May is the upper 60s. Our high Monday 53.

Extended Outlook (Tue-Sun)
A gradual warming trend to near norma but not until the end of the work week, Continued shance of showers Tuesday and Thursday.

We enjoyed a pleasant and dry morning before showers and thunderstorms developed this afternoon. Here is a StormTracker snapshot of the line of showers as they move through Indianapolis and Central Indiana.
The line of showers were triggered by the cold front sweeping through the Midwest. Much cooler air will arrive on west and northwest winds behind the front.
FutureCast shows Central Indiana enjoying some dry weather Sunday morning. By Sunday morning the cold front is long gone but a trough (brown line) will help to trigger some scattered showers Sunday afternoon into Monday.
If you head outside early Sunday, you will experience some dry, but chilly weather. Showers are possible in the afternoon.
Although the month of May starts Monday, it will not be until the end of the week that we experience anything close to average May temperatures. 6 – 10 degrees below average next week.