Rain Timeline - Live Doppler 13 Weather Blog

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We have lots of dry time today before our next weather system moves in tonight.

Clouds will be on the increase through the day as temperatures recover to the upper 70s.

A cluster of showers and storms will develop in the evening, mainly after 5 PM in southeast Indiana as more widespread showers push in from the northwest as a cold front approaches.

Rain becomes widespread overnight with scattered showers likely through the first half of the day Thursday -- including the morning commute. Plan ahead to allow extra time due to wet roads for your morning drive.

Gusty winds and much cooler air will accompany this rain Thursday. We continue to forecast "high" temperatures in the low to mid 60s Thursday.

This forecast "high" of in Indy is closer to the average low (61) for this time of year. Wind gusts up to 30 mph from the northwest.

The rain exits in the late afternoon with a late day clearing.

The northern half of the state is expected to see the most rainfall out of this system with rainfall potential up to 1" in spots.

Look for less than half an inch elsewhere through Central Indiana.

Afternoon a cool start with temps in the upper 40s, Friday looks fantastic if you're a fan of sunshine and highs 72-75°.

Friday's dry weather won't be long-lived. An increasing Muggy Meter returns for the weekend. Daytime heating combined with a stalling frontal boundary triggers scattered showers and storms Saturday and Father's Day.

Not all day rains, but definitely requires radar watching for outdoor plans. As of right now -- Saturday looks to have more dry time than Sunday.

This more summer-like weather pattern with daily rain and storm chances continues through the start of next week.