- Drier air arrives
- Unsettled Easter weekend
- Drier; cooler early next week
Brighter Days Ahead…Needless to say, our storm system to open the work week has “overachieved.” Severe thunderstorm warnings were hoisted as early as this morning northwest of the city, including Lafayette- where damaging hail was reported. Storms remained northwest of the city through the rush hour before a line of slow-moving “gully washers” arrived just as Hoosiers were heading home from work. Thankfully these remained below severe levels, but heavy rain and vivid lightning was noted and most certainly led to a slow commute home.
Drier (and brighter) days are ahead this week. High pressure returns as we progress through midweek and should allow for increasing sunshine and beautiful weather.
Unfortunately, we can’t dial up 3 nice weekends in a row, but it will be far from a wash-out. A warm front will lift north Friday into Saturday and result in scattered showers and thunderstorms before a cold front pushes southeast with showers and thunderstorms Easter, especially in the morning. We want to reiterate there will be plenty of dry time this weekend…just have the rain gear handy as needed. Drier air will return Easter afternoon and remain in place early next week.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 0.50″ – 1.00″ (locally heavier totals)