INDIANAPOLIS — Tropical Storm Isaias continues to track north along the east coast of Florida this morning. Heavy rain, a 2-4 foot storm surge and tropical storm force winds will impact the area from Miami to Jacksonville. The inland flooding threat increases for the Georgia coast into the Carolinas for tomorrow. This tropical system will have no impact on central Indiana.
Locally, another front will push through tomorrow bringing another round of widespread rain and storms, mainly after lunchtime into the evening. Severe weather is not expected. Temperatures still recover to the upper 80s Monday afternoon.
Storms exit the area after 10 p.m. and skies clear.
We will finally dry out starting on Tuesday with dry weather likely through most of next week. Temperatures remain unseasonably cool in the mid 70s on Tuesday climbing to the upper 70s Wednesday and eventually into the low 80s Thursday and Friday.