Severe weather is off the table now through the holiday weekend, after a reported tornado touchdown in Montgomery County. Police reported it near I-74 and State Road 25 at 7:33pm.
That would be right around Waynetown. Radar info from last night seems to indicate some debris from southwest and west of that area earlier from the slow-moving storm.
The storm put down 1.39 inches of rain in two hours at Lafayette. Month of May totals will be close to, or above average over most of central Indiana. Showers could soak race fans at times on Carb Day, but this year’s only real Race Day weather threat is a sunburn.
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INDY SEVEN DAY FORECAST
Carb Day: Mostly cloudy, with periods of showers. High 68.
Friday Night: Partly cloudy. Early evening shower chance. Low 51.
Parade Day: Partly sunny morning. Mostly sunny afternoon. High 75.
Saturday Night: Mostly clear. Low 58.
Race Day: Mostly sunny. High 84.
Sunday Night: Partly cloudy and muggy. Low 67.
Memorial Day: Sunny, hot, and humid. High 88.
Monday Night: Clear and muggy. Low 67.
Tuesday: Sunny, hot, and humid. High 90.
Tuesday Night: Clear and muggy. Low 68.
Wednesday: Partly sunny and muggy. Scattered afternoon showers and storms. High 86.
Wednesday Night: Scattered showers and storms. Low 63.
Thursday: Partly sunny, with scattered showers. Not as humid. High 78.