INDIANAPOLIS – We’re finally going to be talking about warmer temperatures these next few days in Indiana! Say goodbye to snow chances. A warm front is headed our way that will get temperatures not only back to normal for this time of year, but even go above the seasonal highs.
Quick look at Wednesday
We slowly climb into the low to mid 60s Wednesday afternoon. You may see a few isolated morning showers, before a drier afternoon. Better chance for widespread rain comes Wednesday evening after 7 p.m.
Finally past most of the average freeze dates
We’ve just now passed the point in the season where our average last freeze dates occur across central Indiana. But each of these sites have seen freezing temperatures (32° or below) as late as May 27th (a 1961 record). A good sign it’s warming up!
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Timing out Wednesday rain showers
We start off with a few isolated showers Wednesday morning. Then there will be some dry spots into the afternoon. This is followed by more widespread rain coverage after about 8 p.m. and lasting through the overnight hours. You may also hear a few rumbles of thunder as this rain passes through.
Expected rainfall over the next few days
We may reach just over a quarter inch of rainfall in Indianapolis by Friday night. Cities north of I-70 have a better chance of seeing higher totals, where heavier pockets of showers and storms are expected to take place through Friday.
We’re heating up!
A warm front will bring rain showers and warmer weather to Indiana! We work on climbing about 10 degrees each day until we get to the weekend, with highs expected in the low 80s for both Saturday and Sunday!