STATEWIDE–Most of the state will be dealing with rain over the next several days, but no severe weather is expected.
“We have a system that is going to come into the area Saturday afternoon and evening. Highs will start out in the 50s, but once the rain starts, it will drop the temperatures back down into the 40s,” said Mike Ryan, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis.
Ryan doesn’t even think there will be thunder during the weekend, just rain showers. That will change slightly for next week.
“There are some opportunities for showers, maybe a chance for some thunderstorms mid-week, but there isn’t anything, at least at this point, that stands out for severe weather. I think you can’t rule out the threat for rain Monday through Thursday. It doesn’t mean we’re going to have all-day rain on any of those days, but the threat for rain will be around on those days,” said Ryan.
Although it is too early to predict what will happen beyond next week, Ryan did offer his thoughts.
“There are some signs that we’re going to finally push into a typical temperature pattern for April with warmer temperatures,” said Ryan.
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