We’ve had a great first day of summer with temps in the 80s and plenty of sunshine, but tonight, isolated storms will be possible.
Temps remain in the 80s through 9pm with the chance for an isolated shower or storm developing after that time.
An isolated storm may be strong or severe. The Storm Prediction Center has west central Indiana included in a risk area for severe storms. We can’t rule out an isolated cell that could contain damaging wind or hail.
On FutureTrak13 you can see the showers and storms pushing closer to the metro by 11pm.
Temps will eventually fall to the upper 60s tonight making for a mild and muggy start to your Sunday morning.
Sunday highs reach the mid 80s with the chance for an isolated shower or storm.
The day will not be a washout, but keep your eyes to the radar for the afternoon. Not everyone will see rain.
Better rain chances arrive Monday afternoon as temps flirt with 90 degrees. An unsettled pattern remains for our work week forecast with a nearly daily chance of showers and storms.