- Scattered storms this evening
- Pleasant air continues for now
- More humid and stormy by late week
Pleasant Start Ends With Storms For Some…We couldn’t ask for more beautiful weather conditions for the last week of June. Hopefully you were able to get outside and enjoy these pleasant conditions over the weekend. If not, you still have a couple days to do so. Despite the sunny start to the day, enough upper level energy will move overhead this evening to help spark scattered showers and thunderstorms. Initially these storms will fire over northern Indiana before settling south through the evening. We think greatest coverage across central parts of the state will arrive between 6p-10p before these storms push south and diminish. Localized brief heavy downpours are possible, but, overall, this won’t be a significant, widespread heavy rain event.
We’re back to dry and pleasant conditions through Wednesday, but humidity will be on the rise by Thursday and so will shower and thunderstorm chances. We’ll have to monitor the potential of a couple rounds of gusty storms and heavy rain late week and we’ll have to fine tune timing as we get closer. Unsettled weather conditions will continue into the holiday weekend ahead.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 1.50″-2.00″