Three things to note on the weather charts at the start of the weekend. Slow low pressure is finally east of Indiana. Shower and storm chances will be much smaller Friday afternoon. There will be more sunshine Friday and more heat, compared to the last few days.
The other things to note on the map: a cold front in the northern Plains, followed by high pressure organizing in Wyoming. The cold front means scattered storms here Saturday afternoon, and then on the other side of the cold front Sunday…a big-time dewpoint drop that reflects the return of the dry, comfortable air. As player number three (the area of high pressure) settles in…an entire week of quiet weather. You’ve earned it!
My Huge Radar has real-time weather tracking, current temperatures, and severe weather watches and warnings. Get detailed Indiana conditions by clicking here. Follow these links to get my forecasts for Lafayette, Muncie, Hendricks County, and Hamilton County. Need a second opinion? Click here for central Indiana National Weather Service forecasts. (Some charts via WeatherBELL.)
INDY SEVEN DAY FORECAST
Friday: Partly sunny. Spotty shower or storm in the afternoon. High 88.
Friday Night: Partly cloudy. Low 69.
Saturday: Partly sunny. Scattered showers and storms in the afternoon. High 91.
Saturday Night: Partly cloudy. Spotty shower or storm possible early evening. Low 69.
Sunday: Sunny. Humidity falls. High 87.
Sunday Night: Clear. Low 63.
Monday: Sunny. High 88.
Monday Night: Clear. Low 63.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High 82.
Tuesday Night: Mostly clear. Low 56.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 79.
Wednesday Night: Mostly clear. Low 56.
Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 83.