Ladies and gentleman start your…air conditioners! We start our race day mild and muggy. Prepare for a warm and muggy day at the track. Radar remains quiet this morning but that could change by afternoon. As temperatures quickly warm to the 80s, a weak front will track through our area bringing a chance for showers.
Here’s the good news, our forecasting models indicate that the best chance of showers are for areas in the southeast portion of the state. If a spot shower or storm hits the track it will be quick moving and between 2pm - 6pm. This evening humidity, clouds and temperatures will decrease making way for comfortable conditions tonight.
Sunshine! Expect plenty of sunshine on Memorial Day; Temperatures will once again warm to the mid-80s with less humidity. Dry air will remain in place on today. Rain chances return by midweek along with a slight cooling trend. Temperatures will fall below the seasonal normal as we head into next weekend.
Daypart Forecast: Morning:
6AM-10AM: Warm and Muggy, some sun. Low 70s
NOON: “Start your engines”: Sun & clouds. Muggy, Upper 70s
2PM-6PM: 30% chance of rain and storms. Low 80s
Sunrise: 6:20 AM Sunset: 9:05 PM
Today: Sun & clouds. Warm and muggy, high 83. A 40% chance of storms
Tonight: Mostly clear, Low 63° Isolated showers possible
Memorial Day: Sunny and warm high 85°
Tuesday: Mostly sunny High 85°
Wednesday: Sun & clouds, High 86° Scattered showers and storms possible.
Thursday: Rain and storms likely. High 80°
Indy 500 Forecast: Warm with spotty PM storms
Ladies and gentleman start your…air conditioners! We start our race day mild and muggy. Prepare for a warm and muggy day at the track.…
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