INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – We transitioned into a less rainy Tuesday across the state, with isolated showers turning on and off throughout the day. Most of the rain stayed in Illinois in the west.
Tuesday night: In the evening and overnight, isolated showers and storms are still possible.
The winds will be light when we work across the state on another mild night. Lows will only fall into the low 60s.
Wednesday: Some sprinklers are possible in the morning hours. Stray showers will linger primarily north of Interstate 70 in the afternoon hours.
Highs will rise in the upper 70s to the low 80s.
Thursday: If you wanted summer air to get into the state, you’ll be curious that we forecast a very warm Thursday with mostly sunny skies. The highs will rise by the mid-80s.
8-day forecast: The warming trend will continue to end the working week and the coming weekend. It is possible that some areas will hit the 90 ° mark on Saturday and Sunday as we will be moving into the upper 80s by then. A slight cooldown will then move in until next week with a few storm probabilities for next Tuesday.