Tuesday, May 15 Morning Forecast

Cheryl Sanders
May 15, 2018

Central Indiana has been dry for the past six weeks and while some areas will see heavy rainfall, many of us won't see any rain at all.

We'll have a daily chance for t-storms this week.

WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy with a 30% chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms. The boundary between cooler air and warm air will remain close enough that I think clouds are going to rule during the day on Wednesday. This begins multiple days of rain chances and lower heat levels. Expect partly to mostly cloudy skies.

By Tuesday morning, a few showers and storms will linger.

With Bermuda high pressure still off the east coast, temperatures will soar once again by this afternoon with winds out of the south.

Friday and Saturday look to be tricky with another system sliding in, bringing showers and a chance for some tropical-like downpours by Saturday. Highs Monday, slightly cooler than Sunday, in the upper 60s to mid 70s.which is almost seasonable for this time of year.

Looking toward the weekend: We just wrapped up the hottest, driest weekend of the year so far; in fact, it felt like mid-summer in mid-May! Highs in the upper 80s and low 90s. Highs in the upper 80s. That means several opportunities for showers and storms.

Monday night will be overcast with warm and muggy conditions in the low 70s. Over the next five to seven days, less than two inches of rainfall expected for South Mississippi.

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