INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Coming off a beautiful day on Thursday, showers with a few thunderstorms sneak back into the central Indiana to close out the work week.
Relatively quiet for the early to mid evening hours. We’ll likely start to see a few isolated showers, maybe even a thunderstorm or two develop in extreme southern portions of our area by mid to late evening. A few isolated showers will work into the area by the overnight – but many areas will remain dry through daybreak.
Overnight lows fall to the lower 60s.
Upper level wave moves in, providing on and off rain chances through much of the day Friday into Friday evening. A few showers will be possible for the northern half of the state, before we catch a break around Midday. Showers will then return for much of the area, especially the southern half of the state by early to mid afternoon, with that trend continuing through the evening and overnight hours.
Highs top out in the upper 60s and lower 70s.
Upper level system still hanging around for Saturday morning likely provides a few scattered showers for the eastern half of the state. As that system pulls away, another boundary settles in, leaving us with a chance for a pop up shower or storm for Saturday afternoon. Boundary slips north of the state on Sunday, bringing in warmer and more humid air to the region to close out the weekend. With that, expect better chances for pop up showers and storms across the state Sunday afternoon.
8 Day Forecast:
Nearby boundary provides isolated chances for storms Monday and Tuesday, before we clear things out with drier air settling in for the middle of next week.