INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- We saw our second round of rain in two days Friday and more on Saturday. As was the case with the rain Thursday, most of Friday's heavier accumulation missed the metro and our southernmost communities.
Saturday morning began much like Friday morning, with mild and muggy conditions. A few storms lingered between our northernmost communities and Fort Wayn, but more widespread wet weather arrived Saturday afternoon.
If you’re heading down to the Indy Pride Parade, you might take the rain gear just to be safe. Storm chances will remain through the afternoon hours.
A MARGINAL RISK for storms is in place Saturday, meaning that isolated severe storms are possible with damaging wind and hail being the primary threats.
Later Saturday evening, storms will become more scattered, but we won’t be rain-free. Hold on to the umbrella if you plan on heading out to the Italian Street Festival or anywhere else Saturday evening.
We’ll drop into the upper 60s and low 70s by daybreak Sunday with continued storm chances for the second half of the weekend.
Storms will be scattered through the day Sunday and some could be strong to severe.
Highs Sunday will top out in the upper 80s.
We’ll see another round of rain for Monday. That's a bit of a change from the mostly dry conditions I was expecting to the start the work week.
If you’re looking for a break in the rain, it looks like we’ll finally catch a lull by the middle to the end of next week. High temps will briefly drop into the mid 80s by Monday before rebounding into the upper 80s through midweek.
Another cooldown will move in by the end of the week with isolated storm chances before we clear out next Saturday and warm-up into the low 90s.