INDIANAPOLIS (WISH)–A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for the western part of the state until 11p.m.
TONIGHT: A cold front moving through the state tonight will bring a good chance of showers and thunderstorms later this evening and overnight.
Some of the thunderstorms may be on the stronger side. Main threats include strong winds, heavy rainfall and an isolated tornado. The Storm Prediction Center has the western part of Indiana under a slight risk.
Thunderstorms will move through this evening and should be around the metro area by midnight. Once the thunderstorms begin to move into the eastern part of the state they’ll begin to weaken slightly.
Lows tonight will fall into the lower 60s.
MONDAY: There’s a good chance of showers for the first part of the day Monday. It will stay cloudy with a few scattered showers in the afternoon. Temperatures stay in the middle and upper 60s.
MONDAY NIGHT: More rain arrives Monday night and into the first part of Tuesday.
TUESDAY: Moderate to heavy rain will be possible throughout the day on Tuesday. Several inches of rain is likely. A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for the eastern part of the state from Monday evening through Tuesday afternoon. Highs Tuesday climb into the middle and upper 60s.
8DAY FORECAST: Several scattered rain chances will be possible through the week. We will see temperatures in the 60s for the first couple of days. By the middle part of the week temperature return into the 70s. Highs climb into the 80s for Memorial Day weekend.