- Pleasant stretch of midweek weather
- Harvey’s remnants impact the region
- Gearing up for a strong cold front just after Labor Day
Calm Before The Storm…Weak high pressure will control our midweek weather. Patchy fog will eventually burn off to partly cloudy conditions this afternoon. A backdoor cold front will, uneventfully, slip through the state Thursday. An isolated shower or thunderstorm is possible Thursday afternoon, but most neighborhoods should remain rain-free.
Then our attention turns to Harvey’s remnants. The greatest impact on central Indiana will be unseasonably cool temperatures and strong and gusty easterly winds. While the precipitation shield should encompass all of central Indiana, we still believe this will be more “showery” in nature for the city and points north, including north-central parts of the state. Steadier and heavier rains are likely across southern and southeastern portions of the state (where the axis of 2″+ totals will be likely). The combination of high pressure located to our northeast and Harvey’s circulation passing along the Ohio River will result in a very stiff easterly flow Friday. Expect temperatures in the 50s most of the day with gusts over 30 MPH at times. Have the jackets and sweaters ready.
Moisture will begin to pull east of the region Saturday, but we’ll include the chance of morning showers.
We’ll be in between storms Sunday and Labor Day, itself. Dry and pleasant conditions can be expected before a strong cold front moves through the state Tuesday. Scattered showers and a possible thunderstorm will accompany this frontal passage, followed by the coolest air since last spring by the middle of next week. Get set for an October-like feel…
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 0.30″ – 1.00″