September has gotten off on a downright hot note.
Isolated Storms, But Most Remain Dry:
This morning’s satellite shows some mid and high level cloudiness drifting across IN, but a mostly dry and mostly sunny day is in store. Storm coverage the next couple days will be isolated and most will remain dry. Highs today and Tuesday will approach 90°-92°.
Rain and Storm Chances Increase:
Storm chances will go up as a cold front approaches mid week. Forecast models have been inconsistent on coverage and rainfall amounts Wednesday into Thursday, but it’s a safe bet to say the front will come through with scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms, along with locally heavy rainfall.
We’ll maintain the threat of a passing shower heading into the weekend, but the big weather story will be MUCH cooler air and breezy conditions. Highs Saturday and / or Sunday likely won’t climb out of the 60s as a significant upper level low remains nearby.