Rain and heat might just be the story for much of the week, as low-pressure systems continuously push warm air and moisture to Indiana. For tomorrow, chances are good that we’ll see isolated thunderstorms through parts of central Indiana, particularly around afternoon hours, along with temperatures in the low-80s. Monday will involve lower chances of isolated thunderstorms, but pop-up showers are still likely for Monday. Tuesday will be the only day that does not have any significant weather events, as we expect partly clear skies and temperatures in the low-80s. Wednesday is when we’ll be back to more potential rain showers, and Thursday is when we’ll see a drop in temperatures, back to the mid-70s. In short, for the first couple of days, expect isolated severe weather events, and highs in the low-80s through much of the week, so make sure to take lots of extra water and rain gear and drive safely.
-Weather Forecaster Joseph Williams