Dry and cool tonight. Much warmer tomorrow.





Our latest rain maker is moving east away from Indiana. We are temporarily drying out. We are closing in on 7” of rain in Indianapolis for this month. May is the wettest month of the year on average. Typically we see just over 5” of rain during the month.

Skies will be mostly cloudy tonight with lows in the 50s.

Friday will be warmer with partly sunny skies.  Isolated thunderstorms are possible late in the afternoon Friday. Most of Central Indiana will stay dry. Thunderstorm chances will increase Friday night. There is a Marginal (low) Risk of severe storms.

Saturday will be partly sunny with highs around 80 degrees. Isolated thunderstorms are possible late Saturday afternoon. Late Saturday night is the most likely time for thunderstorms especially over the southern half of the state. Severe storms will again be possible.

Forecast models show Central Indiana drying out Sunday morning. Isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms will be possible as temps warm during the afternoon hours in the middle 70s.  Breakfast at the Brickyard starts at 5 am on RTV6 from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Flip on your television first thing Sunday morning for the latest timing on the rain.

Memorial Day will be partly cloudy with just a few spotty storms possible during the day.


Sunrise: 6:22 AM     Sunset: 9:03 PM


Tonight: Partly Cloudy to Mostly Cloudy. Low: 55

Friday: Warmer. Partly Sunny. 20% chance of PM Thunderstorms. High: 78

Saturday: Partly Cloudy – 20% chance PM Storms. High: 89

Saturday Night: T'Storms Late. Possibly Severe.

Sunday: Morning Showers ending. Slight chance afternoon Thunderstorm. High: 78

Memorial Day: Mostly Sunny – 20% chance of Thunderstorms. High: 75

Tuesday: Partly Sunny. 20% chance of Thunderstorms. High: 73

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