An area of high pressure is large and in charge across the Great Lakes, and it will slowly drift eastward through Saturday. That means more blue
Let's go to the scoreboard: Indy will have the fifth consecutive day of 90+ weather, and the 21st (!) consecutive day of no measurable precipitation.
Fog is a factor again Friday morning, but the fog and low clouds shouldn't last as long today. One reason will be an increase in wind speed by midday
UPDATED INFO HERE... Wind gusts Sunday could reach 45 mph across central Indiana. The National Weather Service has a WIND ADVISORY in place from 11am
Attached is a chart of potential rainfall around the Gulf Of Mexico over the next few days. Click here for the full size version. Tropical Storm
Let me boil the 7 Day Forecast down to one piece of advice: run your sprinkler. Today's the best chance of showers before Memorial Day, and that