Live Doppler 13 Radar is showing scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms in central Indiana this morning. The activity is pushing east/northeast.
Heavy rain will be likely under individual cells. Current temps are in the low 70's across the state, and some patchy fog may be possible this morning. Thick fog will be more likely where the heaviest rain fell within the last 24-48 hours.
Highs will reach 85 today with scattered showers and thunderstorms.
Heavy rain was found in storms yesterday. Check out the monthly totals on the SkyTrak Weather Bug Network
For the month of June Indy has picked up 4.93" of rain, that's almost .75" above our average monthly rain total, and we still have more rain to add to that before the end of the month.
The day won't be a complete washout, but scattered showers and storms are likely, especially as they redevelop for the afternoon/evening. We're not expecting severe weather, however, gusty winds and small hail will be possible in thunderstorms that develop.
On FutureTrak 13 you can see more activity developing on the radar during the afternoon and the heat of the day. The radar should dry out by midnight with partly cloudy skies by Saturday morning and a low of 70.
Saturday's high will reach the mid to upper 80s with mainly dry conditions. There's a slight chance for a shower or thunderstorm Saturday or Sunday.
In the 7 day forecast scattered showers and storms return as early as Monday, with relief from the heat and humidity on the way by Thursday.