Busy Times Continue…After an initial round of rain and embedded thunder moved through the region overnight and early this morning, most of today will be very quiet. Look for a gusty southwest wind and increasing sunshine as we head into the afternoon hours.
Rain and storm chances will ramp up as we head into the nighttime hours and overnight. A period of heavy rain and noisy thunderstorms will rumble through central Indiana after midnight into the pre dawn hours Thursday. Additional rainfall of 1″ is a good bet tonight/ early Thursday.
MUCH colder air will quickly sweep into the region Thursday and could even allow some of the back end rain to switch to some wet snow before ending across north and northeastern portions of the area. This won’t accumulate.
We’ll wrap the week up on a cold and wintry note. Scattered snow showers and well below normal temperatures can be expected Friday, with dry and cold conditions Saturday.
The next weather maker will blow through Sunday in the form of a warm front. This will spark a few showers Sunday afternoon and evening along with providing a warmer time of things early next week.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- 7-Day Rainfall Forecast: 1.00″ – 1.25″
- 7-Day Snowfall Forecast: Trace