June has started with warm temperatures more than two degrees above average, and for the past six days in a row, highs have been in the 80s.
We have had measurable rainfall for the past five days in a row. With almost two inches of rain in the past nine days, June precipitation is off to a wet start for Indianapolis. On average, June is our wettest month of the year with almost five inches of rain.
The same weak upper-level low-pressure system that has given us a wet week will continue to control our weather for the next two days. We’ll have warm, humid air in place with a daily chance for scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms. Most areas will receive less than a half-inch of rain through Saturday.
After a week with daily rainfall, dry and less humid weather will return Sunday.
June is off to a mild start.
June has been a wet month so far.
More rain is likely over the next two days.
Temperatures will stay above average through the weekend.