- More dry time than not this weekend
- Strong storm potential Monday
- Cooler and much drier air moves in Monday night
The region remains in a very warm and moist air mass this weekend and this could help promote a scattered shower or thunderstorm really at any point over the next couple of days. That said, best concentration of rain and storms will come during the afternoon and evening hours. All-in-all, the weekend will feature many more dry hours than not. A final push of showers and thunderstorms will blow through Monday and some of these could reach strong to severe levels. We’ll keep a close eye out. A much cooler and drier air mass arrives Monday night and that will carry us through Thursday.
Most of today will be dry, but forecast radar (courtesy of Weatherbell.com) suggests showers and thunderstorms build into central IN this afternoon and evening. Plan on taking rain gear with you if you have outdoor plans and have a means of getting inside should a storm be nearby.
The SPC has highlighted a large portion of the Ohio Valley for the threat of severe weather Monday. Large hail and damaging winds appear to be of greatest concern at this time. While this doesn’t look like a significant widespread severe weather outbreak for our immediate region, let’s remember it only takes one severe storm impacting a community to be significant in that particular neighborhood.