12:52PM | posted by Lauren Jones | October 24, 2010



We're going to flip the switch in the weather department. The dry stretch will finally come to an end as significant rainfall is expected in the coming days. Today will be no exception.


A few showers dotted Live Guardian Radar this morning. With the heating of the day showers will become more numerous and a few thunderstorms will develop. Many locations will remain dry, and today will not be a wash out by any means. However, any storms that develop will contain gusty winds and will have the potential to turn strong. While I'm not expecting widespread severe weather today, I can't rule out an isolated warning or two. Temperatures are also going to remain well above average with highs topping out in the 70's as a Southwest breeze will continue to blow around 20 mph, gusts to 30.


Tonight showers and storms are likely as a wet pattern will take hold for days to come. Lows tonight will be warmer than late with temperatures dipping into the upper 50's to near 60 degrees.


A complex of storms remain to our South and West and eventually more rain and thunderstorm activity can be expected. The threat for severe weather will also increase.


Join me tonight on Fox59 news at 10 for a live look at Guardian Radar, what you can expect for your Monday morning commute, and when severe weather could invade Central Indiana. For the latest on the rain today and this evening follow me on facebook: Lauren Jones Fox59 and twitter: fox59lauren.


Have a great day.


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