After a cloudy but quiet day, things will start to change as we head into the overnight hours. For your evening, expect conditions to remain quiet, but winds will start to increase. For the overnight hours, we sit in the warm sector of a low-pressure system which will keep our temperatures in the upper 60s. Rain chances will increase as the early morning hours approach. Thunderstorms will be isolated, but the chance is still there. Storms should remain non-severe.
WIND ADVISORY: A wind advisory will go into effect tomorrow from 8am to 8pm. Sustained winds of 20-30 mph are expected, with gusts up to 50 mph. Be sure to tie down any loose objects outside.
NOTE: These are winds outside of winds in thunderstorms.
SEVERE WEATHER WEDNESDAY: Wednesday is looking to be a significant severe weather day for much of Indiana. All threats are possible, including tornadoes, large hail, and damaging winds. Be sure that you have a way to get weather alerts. It is also a good idea to go over your safe place plans when severe weather hits.
For updates on the severe weather threat, be sure to go to the Indianapolis NWS page: Indianapolis, IN (weather.gov), OR the Storm Prediction Center: NOAA/NWS Storm Prediction Center.
–Weather Forecaster Hope Kleitsch–