So far this year we’ve only had 14, completely dry weekends as opposed to 28, weekends with either rain or snow showers. After a week which started with some much-needed rainfall, we’ll have a mostly cloudy skies Friday, a few sprinkles are possible and we’ll have a high in the mid-50s.
As another cold front approaches the state, rain will develop Saturday morning. Saturday will be a very wet day with gusty winds. The combination of wind and rain will keep us cool with the daytime high in the 50s. Widespread rain will continue through the day and night. Heavy rain is likely through Sunday morning with some areas across the state receiving more than an 1-3 inches of rain. Although we have been very dry this fall, the onslaught of torrential rain will cause rivers and stream to rise quickly and flash flooding will begin Saturday night.
Drought is spreading across the Hoosier state.
We have been dry for the last two months.
Dry weekends have been rare this year.
We’ll have rain chances through the weekend.
June 15 has been our wettest day this year.
Rain will move in Saturday morning.
Heavy rain will develop Saturday.
Heavy rain will continue Saturday afternoon.
Heavy rain will continue Saturday night.
1-3″ of rain is likely this weekend.