Wednesday Weather Story: Severe weather possible Friday
Clear skies expected tonight with temperatures falling back to around 61º. Tomorrow stays dry with partly cloudy skies and a little warmer with highs in the upper 80s. Skies will remain partly cloudy into Thursday night with nigh time lows only falling back to the low 70s.
Severe Weather Outlook - Friday June 18, 2021
Currently the Storm Prediction Center has almost all of Southern Indiana in a slight risk for severe storms. As it stands now main risks would be damaging winds, hail, and even a few tornados can't be ruled out. The tornado threat is low but not zero. As shown on the map the very Southwestern edge of Southern Indiana is in a marginal risk for severe storms that would be the area less likely to see severe storms with the threat being greater the further north and east from the marginal risk zone. This is something to watch so keep it here for further updates.
Scattered Showers will remain possible on Saturday and again on Sunday. While Father's Day doesn't look like a complete wash out you may have to dodge some rain drops if you have any outdoor plans but I wouldn't necessarily cancel any outdoor plans on Father's Day as there may be periods of dry time.
More showers and a few thunderstorms are possible Monday and currently models are indicating some storms may be strong to severe. Currently there is no risk posted from the Storm Prediction Center. We'll have to see how this setup pans out as we draw closer to stay tuned for updates on this.
A few more showers may linger into early Tuesday morning with the chance diminishing by Tuesday afternoon giving way to dry weather that will continue into Wednesday.
While rain will be present temperatures will also be surging into the low 90s on Friday with increased humidity. Daytime highs will likely reach the low 90s throughout the weekend before falling back to the upper 70s by next Tuesday.