Indianapolis (Wish) — Tracking brisk weather and rising humidity this weekend. Also, cold air briefly enters the area before the next warm-up begins.
Friday night: Mild, partly cloudy nights are expected, with lows bottoming out in the mid-60s. Winds from the south are expected to continue to be weak.
Saturday: Cloud cover continues to increase ahead of the next system. Isolated showers are likely to start occurring in the morning before becoming interspersed in the afternoon hours. Activity slows down at night. Locally heavy rain is possible.
Highs seem to peak in the late ’80s, and the sultry meter high makes it feel more jarring.
Sunday: Widespread rain and storms are most likely on Sunday. Expect on and off activities throughout the day. One or even two strong isolated storms are possible during the afternoon hours. If the storm intensifies, gusts and torrential rains will be the main concerns. At this time, there are no severe weather risk outlines for any region in Indiana.
Only a higher high in the mid-to-late 70s would cool things down slightly.
8-day forecast: Prolonged showers could continue through Monday. A northerly breeze brings maximum temperatures from the mid-70s to the mid-70s. It is then set to return to the 80s by the middle of next week, and the moderate warming trend will continue for the remainder of the extended forecast.