T-storms may produce localized flooding threat through Saturday
We will see a lot of dry time today, however the chance for rain will go up as the day wears on. We won’t see much sunshine, and highs will top out in the upper 70s to low 80s.
Here’s a timeline for the rain…light showers will be possible in the Indy metro by Noon. Showers will remain spotty through 5pm. After 5pm thunderstorms will be HEAVY and capable of producing 2″ of rain in a short period of time, which could produce localized flooding.
The wettest part of the day will be this evening. This will be the third Friday in a row that we will have T-storms around for Football Friday Night.
At Crooked Stick today, a light shower will be possible by 1pm, but T-storm chances with torrential rain will be possible by 5pm.
All of Indiana is in a “Marginal Risk” for severe storms today. It appears that localized flooding will be the biggest threat, but an isolated severe storm with damaging wind gusts will be possible through tonight.
The wettest part of the day will be this evening. The radar will be active by 9pm.
Rain chances continue into Saturday. The wettest part of Saturday will be in the AM, with rain very SLOWLY tapering off as the day progresses. We could still have a few showers around during the afternoon, but it will be a gradual clearing process. Sunday will be GORGEOUS with temps in the 70s, low humidity and sunshine…perfect for Colts tailgating and football!
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