Via @NWSIndianapolis: Skies will start to clear tonight, leading to much cooler temperatures with lows in the mid 20s. Tonight will begin a long stretch of dry weather, with no precipitation expected in the next 7 days.
Via @NWSIndianapolis: Expect much colder temperatures today with highs in the 30s and gloomy conditions. Flurries will be possible at times today. Temperatures will warm up over the next few days.
Via @NWSIndianapolis: A line of showers and thunderstorms is currently moving through central Indiana along a cold front. Brief heavy rainfall and isolated lightning will be possible along with gusty winds and even some small hail.
Via @NWSIndianapolis: Expect Isolated light showers this morning. More widespread coverage is likely this afternoon with the potential for a few thunderstorms, mainly across southeast portions of central IN. Rain will then move out this evening.
Via @NWSIndianapolis: Overnight low temps will be mild. Expect lows to range from about 50 to the mid 50s. Winds will gust up to ~30 to 40 mph, strongest primarily north of I-70.
Via @NWSIndianapolis: Rain will be possible at times over the next few days, mainly late tonight through Saturday night. Some light precipitation may linger into Sunday. Much cooler temperatures are expected by Sunday as highs will be in the 30s.
Via @NWSIndianapolis: Ample sun and southwest breezes will bring milder conditions today. Brisk conditions remain through the weekend with gusts approaching 40 mph Saturday AM. Occasional rain Friday night thru Saturday night, chilly early next week.
(Via @NWSIndianapolis) While several weeks remain in 2023…Indy is facing its driest 2-year period since 1994-95 (which averaged only 33.54″/yr). Indy’s least-snowy 4-year period (since 1885) was 1930-33 (51.3″ total), but this record is in jeopardy with 2020-2023 so far sitting at only 51.0″. This chart chart shows that most of Indiana has only had […]
Weather settles down now until the weekend, when a big storm lumbers northeastward through the Midwest. Wind could gust to 35 mph Saturday afternoon and evening. Total precipitation Saturday and Sunday is likely to exceed one inch. The cold front moves through in the very early morning hours of Sunday, and temps will fall quickly […]
Via @NWSIndianapolis: Expect light showers to diminish over the next few hours with clouds lingering into Wednesday. A quick warm up is likely later this week as southwesterly flow increases.
@NWSIndianapolis: Light rain today. Wet snow may mix in both early today and late this afternoon as precipitation ends, although no impacts are expected. Gloomy conditions will linger into Wednesday, robust SSW winds to bring a mild late-week.
Via @NWSIndianapolis: Expect snow to mix in Tuesday morning across portions of central IN. The best chance for light accumulations will be north of I-74. Impacts to roadways are unlikely, but be alert for slick spots and reduced visibilities at times.