A warm front will move closer to Indiana tonight and could produce scattered storms. Some rain or isolated storms could begin to push into western and northwestern portions of the state this evening. Scattered showers and storms will be possible statewide during the overnight hours. Southwesterly winds on Saturday will help to warm temperatures closer to normal and also increase humidity levels. Our weather will be unsettled over the weekend with scattered showers and thunderstorms. Low pressure and a cold front will move through on Sunday. Another round of unseasonably cool air will rush into the state.
For next week, the cool air will bring in very pleasant weather for Monday and Tuesday. Temperatures will average below normal both days. Very mild air will continue into Wednesday, but temperatures will slowly start to warm up by the weekend. Isolated showers and thunderstorms will be possible next week, with only light amounts expected each day.
Rob Wasson has been forecasting Indiana weather for more than 18 years. Born, raised and educated in Indiana, Rob knows Hoosier weather and the communities it affects. Each day he develops a forecast designed to serve the farm and rural communities of the state. For questions about Indiana weather, Email Rob.