Isolated Storm Chances Expected for Mother’s Day
Meteorologist Daniel Johnson is forecasting warm and humid weather conditions for the upcoming Mother’s Day.
Isolated showers and storms are also anticipated for the evening and possibly continuing into tomorrow.
As of now, the temperature is 83 degrees with high humidity, making it feel even warmer.
The dew point is at a sticky 65 degrees, contributing to the uncomfortable atmosphere.
Some areas, such as Madison, have experienced rain due to storms passing through parts of Jackson, Jennings, and Jefferson County in Indiana.
These weather patterns are influenced by a boundary that meteorologists are closely monitoring.
The forecast predicts that the chances of rain will increase as the boundary moves southward.
Although the likelihood of rain tonight in town is around 30-40%, no washouts are expected for the weekend.
People planning outdoor activities for Mother’s Day are advised to keep an eye on the sky but not to cancel their plans.
A few showers and thunderstorms are expected for tonight and early tomorrow, but the weather should trend towards dryness later with a low of 67 degrees.
The Mother’s Day forecast will be similar to today, with clouds, possible patchy drizzle, and isolated showers in the morning.
However, the clouds will thin out in the afternoon, allowing temperatures to rise back into the 80s.
Another humid day is expected, and the best chance for storms will be in the late evening and Sunday night.
Futurecast indicates that the boundary will pass through this evening, potentially bringing a few storms towards the end of the LouCity game.
The storms will then move south overnight.
Sunday may have some early showers, followed by afternoon sunshine.
Another cluster of storms is expected, but it should mainly affect areas south and west of the viewing area.
Monday might see a few isolated showers with mostly cloudy conditions.
However, the rest of the week is looking pleasant, with temperatures near 80 degrees and mostly sunny skies.
Primary day also looks promising, with upper 70s and mostly sunny weather, ensuring good voter turnout.
Despite the chances of inclement weather, there are no excuses for not enjoying the outdoors or participating in important events like voting.