INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - A couple of things to remember as we enter this new week and last days of February. Overall the warm streak stays secondly, we end the month with storms.
Clouds rule the sky today and we'll keep occasional showers in the forecast with highs in the low 50s.
We are looking at the possibility of strong thunderstorms, especially Tuesday night into the wee hours of Wednesday morning. Some of our current data indicates winds could gust to nearly 50 mph during some of these storms.
The Storm Prediction Center has already outlined the viewing area for a Slight Risk for that time frame. That could change as we get closer to Tuesday evening.
The record high of 68 Tuesday might be reached and we are looking at very little temperature drop Tuesday night won't drop at all. The passage of a cold front early Wednesday brings a return to colder air and falling temperatures.
Friday is the coldest day of the week before the wind returns to the southwest and pushes highs to near 60 Saturday and Sunday.