TONIGHT: We will have a cooler night with clouds slowly increasing overnight. Winds will also quickly lower and become variable and light. We will bottom out in the low 40’s for the low.
7-DAY FORECAST: Rain chances return as early as Wednesday as we have a low chance for a few isolated showers in the afternoon hours with cooler temperatures. Our high temperatures take a quick and large swing for Thursday as a strong system moves in, which will bring windy conditions and the chance for strong to severe storms. A Marginal Risk of severe weather is in place for the extreme Western portions of the listening area. Damaging Winds are the primary threats along with heavy downpours, but we may also see some hail. Rain and storm chances continue into Friday morning as our temperatures will begin falling off as we head into the weekend. More rain chances are in place for Saturday night and Sunday with highs in the low 50’s. We will rebound with dry conditions and quickly warm up for the first bit of the new work week next week. (For the Severe Weather Outlook photo, credits go to NWS Indianapolis)
– WCRD Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster, Steven Diana