INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Showers and storms have been on and off through your Friday. Strong to severe storms are possible Friday and Saturday night.
A wet night is ahead with the chance for isolated strong to severe storms. A Slight Risk of severe weather is in place for most of the northern half of the state with large hail and isolated damaging wind gusts as the main threats.
With the rain accumulation, flooding will become a concern as a Flash Flood Watch will be in effect from midnight tonight until noon eastern daylight time Saturday for most of our northern viewing area counties.
Lows bottom out in the upper 50s for what will be a mild night.
Rain and storms will be around to start your Saturday. On and off scattered showers will be possible throughout the day. Strong to severe storms are once again possible in the late evening to overnight hours into Sunday.
An Enhanced Risk is in place for our northwestern viewing area counties, with the rest of the state under the Slight Risk. Main threats are damaging winds and large hail, but a couple tornadoes are possible as well.
This will be our warmest air of the season with highs topping out in the mid 70s with breezy winds.
We look to receive dry time through the majority of your Sunday, with the exception of the early morning storms. It will also be windy across the region with highs reaching the mid to upper 50s.
8 Day Forecast:
The new work week looks to start day with temperatures slightly below normal for this time of the year. Rain chances return next Tuesday into Wednesday with dry time from Thursday to the end of the work week. High temperatures will slightly rebound by next Thursday.