- Periods of storms
- Heat and humidity makes things uncomfortable
- Drier early next week
Mother Nature Calls…Many awoke early this morning as a complex of thunderstorms rumbled southeast into central Indiana. Some local rain gauges are already registering 2″+ across the region. Eventually, we think clouds will thin enough later today to allow temperatures to zoom close to 90°. Factor in the moisture-rich nature of our air mass and heat indices will approach 105° later this afternoon.
We’ll keep mention of scattered storms this evening and while most of the daytime Saturday looks dry, we’ll have to keep a close eye on Saturday night as models try to deliver another round of storms into central Indiana. Ingredients will be in place for the potential of severe thunderstorms Saturday night, with damaging winds being the biggest concern from a severe perspective.
A frontal boundary will push south and we’ll finally begin to see humidity levels fall as we close the weekend and open next week. It’ll feel very refreshing during the Monday-Tuesday stretch.
Heat, humidity, and storm chances return by the middle of next week.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 1″ – 3″