Below normal temperatures will continue through the middle of next week.
On Sunday afternoon and evening showers are likely, with a brief opportunity for thunderstorms. Some thunderstorms could produce severe hail and wind.
Warmer, but wetter conditions look to move in towards the latter half of next week.
RECORD COLD TO RAIN SHOWERS…
Indy broke an all-time record low hitting 27 this morning. Unseasonably cool temps and rain in the forecast for Mother's Day. #13Weather #INwx @WTHRcom | https://t.co/Jw7lT3MXIN pic.twitter.com/W1cDOhIxBB
— Lindsey Monroe (@LindseyWTHR13) May 9, 2020
27 degrees this morning is our coldest start EVER in the month of May. Lots of sunshine will feel nice with temperatures recovering into the middle 50s this afternoon. @rtv6 #INwx pic.twitter.com/6dDjNQdpUr
— Kyle Mounce (@kylemounce) May 9, 2020
Welcome to the COLDEST May morning in nearly 150 years! @marcusbailey says our 27 degree low is not only the coldest May 9th on record, but the coldest May temperature we've ever had in Indianapolis. #inwx @WISH_TV
— Brenna Donnelly (@BrennaWISHTV) May 9, 2020
— John Dissauer (@johndissauer) May 9, 2020
— Sean Ash (@SeanAshWX) May 9, 2020
DAAAAANG! It is #COLD outside! Indianapolis dropped to 27° just after 6 AM… It did break a 73-year-old daily record! The previous record low for the date was in 1947 at 29°! Freeze Warning remains in effect through 9 AM. #INwx @FOX59 @theWXauthority #FOX59morning pic.twitter.com/20AaZfAXc0
— Amber Hardwick (@AHardwickWx) May 9, 2020
— Marcus Bailey (@marcusbailey) May 9, 2020