These next few days will involve lots of rain and warm temperatures. This comes to fruition as low-pressure systems will repeatedly strike Indiana during the week. Monday will be the riskiest, as Central Indiana will be under a marginal risk for severe weather, due to the threat of severe thunderstorms, mostly taking place in the evening. After that, Tuesday will involve morning showers and thunderstorms but otherwise have cloudy skies. And Wednesday and Thursday will also involve more rain showers throughout the day. Thankfully, relief might come on Friday, when we expect mostly cloudy skies but with few rain showers. And the warm temperatures (highs in the upper-70s) will make this week’s conditions more bearable. In short, make sure to keep an umbrella on your person and drive safely for these next few days.
-Weather Forecaster Joseph Williams