Indiana’s Weather For Wednesday

May 3, 2017

Ready for rain? Another three inches could fall by Friday. The chance begins around lunch time southwest of Indy, around 2pm-ish in the Metro counties, and by late afternoon in Funcie.

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Indiana is right in the bullseye through the end of the week.

Central Indiana is under a Flash Flood Watch from Wednesday evening through Friday morning, and we aren’t alone. (The blue is is Wednesday morning frost advisories.)

16.28″ Year to date (Average is 12.66″.)
10.83″ Since March 1 (Average is 7.68″.)

Yesterday’s high was 63 in Indy. My forecast was 62.

The average high today is 69 and the average high is 49. Records are 86 (1959, 1949, 1902) and 29 (2005).

Today: Sunshine early, then more clouds and a shower chance by mid-afternoon. High 55.

Tonight: Flash Flood Watch starts at 8pm. Rain is likely, and it will be heavy at times. Low 47.

Thursday: Flash Flood Watch. Periods of rain. Rain could be heavy. High 54.

Thursday Night: Periods of rain. Flash Flood Watch continues until 5am. Low 46.
Friday: Scattered lighter showers. High 52.
Friday Night: Scattered showers. Low 40.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy. Mainly morning showers. High 57.

Saturday Night: Clearing. Low 35.
Sunday: Sunny. High 60.

Sunday Night: Clear. Low 37.

Monday: Mostly sunny. High 63.

Monday Night: Mostly clear. Low 43.

Tuesday: Partly sunny. High 70.

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