Tracking Thursday’s storms

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Strong to severe storms are possible this evening across central and northern Indiana.

Thursday night:

Showers and storms are possible this evening with the threat for strong to severe storms. There is a Slight Risk of severe weather for the northern half of Indiana, which does include Indianapolis. Main threats are damaging winds and large hail, but we cannot rule out an isolated tornado north of interstate 70.

Lows will only bottom out in the mid 60s for what will be a mild night.


Prepare for another active weather day with several rounds of showers and storms. There is the potential for there to be flooding due to the repeated rounds of rain. We can’t rule out an isolated strong to severe storm as there is a Marginal Risk for severe weather from Indianapolis into eastern Indiana for isolated damaging winds.

Highs will remain on the warmer side as we top out in the mid 70s.


Our active weather pattern will continue for your Saturday as several rounds of showers and storms are possible throughout the day. Any storms that do occur will bring heavy rain and strong winds.

Highs will climb into the upper 70s for what will be a very warm afternoon.

8 Day Forecast:

Keep the rain gear handy as rain and storm chances continue through Sunday with spotty sprinkles lingering into Monday morning. We look to finally dry out by Monday after with cooler afternoon temperatures in the low 70s. Enjoy a nice warming trend through the week with high temperatures eventually rising into the low 80s by the end of the work week.