Central Indiana Forecast: Calm, Cool Week Ahead


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Indianapolis, IN – The US National Weather Service in Indianapolis forecasts a low probability of precipitation over the next few days. While chances remain minimal, scattered showers and storms could develop late Tuesday as a weather system moves through.

According to the National Weather Service, today’s weather includes isolated showers this evening with temperatures reaching a high of 74°F and a low of 57°F. On Tuesday, an increased coverage of showers and storms is expected late, with a high of 75°F and a low of 53°F. By Wednesday, mostly dry conditions are anticipated, though isolated showers may occur in far east central Indiana, with temperatures ranging from a high of 71°F to a low of 49°F. Residents should prepare for near or below normal temperatures in the coming days.


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