INDIANAPOLIS (HOPE) – Mostly cloudy starts in the morning with temperatures in the lower 60s. This afternoon looks warm and calm with a gentle breeze coming out of the northwest. The highest has to surge until the mid-70s. There is a possibility of better storms on Tuesday nights and nights. We have a slight risk for all central Indiana with the main threat being massive hail and destructive winds. The time is past midnight tonight and until 4 o’clock in the morning.
The storm will move Wednesday morning and we must save the day with the highest heating to the lower 70s. It should have been a sunny afternoon. Additional rain and thunderstorms will move in the middle of the night and overnight with a small risk of bad weather from Lafayette and the south. The storm will move out last night.
Thursday will be cooler because the old front passed through the state from the beginning. Highs will peak in the lower 50s.
Cooler wrap for the work week with the highest still in the 50s Friday. The 50s will last over the weekend with the possibility of rain returning on Sunday.