Some very dense fog is in place this morning across zone 1 and is making for some hazardous conditions. We also a have a couple of areas of rain in place across northern zone 1 near Kokomo, IN. Through the morning the fog will burn off and some sunshine will get through. As instability builds today more rain and storms will develop to the north of the region and move south/southeast. These storms look to enter northern zone 1 around 4-5 pm, then move south. Likely impacting Indy around 6-7 PM.
Through the overnight the shower/storm activity will die out and only a few stray showers or storms will remain. On Friday we will be keeping an eye on a possible surface boundary that is forecast to be in place. As the environment warms tomorrow more rain and storms will develop along this boundary. Some of these could be on the heavy side, so where these develop flash flooding could become an issue.
This weekend we will be watching a cold front that will swing through the region Saturday evening. A line of rain and storms will develop along the front as it sweeps across Indiana and Ohio.
SAT 5 PM
There is a chance that some of these storms could become strong to severe. However, it current appears that dynamics aloft are going to be a bit misplaced and will not interact properly, so as of now it doesn’t look like a well-organized severe weather should be anticipated. With that being said, there is a marginal risk in place Saturday for a few possible severe storms.
SAT. SEVERE RISK
Behind the cold front, an area of high pressure will build in behind the cold front. This will bring I cooler and drier air for Sunday and into next week. Some places could even see lows dipping into the upper 40’s!
SUNDAY 2 PM TEMPERATURES