Rain Chances Timeline - Live Doppler 13 Blog

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While temperatures remain just below the seasonal average today in the lower 80s, a weak system is set to push through and could spark a few widely scattered showers or storms in the afternoon with otherwise mainly cloudy skies.

The main timeframe for rain chances is from 11am to areas west and moving into the Indianapolis metro by 2pm. Most of these showers will erode by the evening drive home and we'll stay mainly dry this evening.

The Colts host the Brown tomorrow to kickoff the pre-season home games.

After a round of morning rain, Tailgate Town looks dry with temperatures in the low to mid 80s. Stray storms will be possible again in the evening.

The best chance of rain at this point looks to be along a round Saturday morning with spotty showers in the late afternoon.

Another batch moves in Sunday morning but a bulk of the rain with this system stays mainly north.

The heat will start to build in this weekend and sets us up for a stretch of above average temperatures with more humid dew points. Highs will be near 90 through the weekend and into early next week.

The heat index will also be in the 95-100° range so plan ahead for any outdoor activities. This hot pattern looks to break mid-week next week.