The chances of severe weather ramp back up later this morning through mid afternoon. The Storm Prediction Center has Indianapolis and areas along and south of I-70 in the risk for severe weather today. The main threats look like damaging winds and heavy rain.
The front will move south today and stall out along the Ohio River Valley. This will keep the chance of more storms to develop later this afternoon, mainly south of I-70. Temperatures will climb into the upper 70s and low 80s.
Later this evening, the storm chances go down. If you are heading to the Zac Brown Band show tonight at Klipsch Music Center, take the rain gear just in case. Any rain tonight though, will be very isolated. Temperatures will fall into the upper 60s.
A secondary cold front arrives on Monday. There is chance of more showers and thunderstorms, especially early afternoon through early evening. Temperatures will climb into the low 80s.
This second front will help pack the punch of much cooler and drier air. Temperatures will be running 10 to 15 degrees below normal during the work week. It will feel more like late September than mid July!
A Canadian high pressure will keep us dry for several day with temperatures rebounding closer to normal by the weekend.