The streak of 80-degree days continues for Indianapolis, which is now sitting at six days in a row. The warm weather will continue for two more days before scattered showers and thunderstorms move in and cool us down.
Rain will be in the forecast for Wednesday and Thursday, and scattered strong to severe storms are likely. Rainfall will be more widespread on Friday, and temperatures will be much cooler. Highs will be near 70 degrees Friday. Over those three wet days, up to an inch of rain will be likely.
Cooler air will move in behind the cold front, and we’ll have sunny skies and temperatures in the 60s for Saturday. Sunshine will prevail through the weekend with highs in the mid 70s for the Indy 500 on Sunday and for Memorial Day.
Highs have been in the 80s for the past six days in a row.
We’ve had three inches of rain this month.
Rainfall deficits exist over most of the state.
We have not had any severe storms this year.
Rain will develop Wednesday.
Strong to sever storms will be possible Wednesday and Thursday.