Another muggy weekend, but a cold front will bring storms, followed by cooler and less humid air to start off the work week.
Much of the day looks dry, hot and humid. Can’t rule out a rogue isolated storm, but higher chances for rain will arrive much later this evening across central Indiana. Highs top out in the upper 80s.
A potent cold front will start to swing into the Midwest by late this afternoon ,sparking a line of showers and strong thunderstorms. It likely will take much of the day for the line to arrive into Indiana, but we should start to see some showers and storms arriving by late tonight into the overnight hours.
There is a Marginal Risk for severe storms – the good news is that a lot of the storms energy will be lost by the time they arrive to central Indiana – but with that said, can’t rule out some larger hail or some isolated damaging wind potential during the overnight.
Lows only fall to the lower to middle 70s.
Rain will continue through much of the morning. Can’t rule out an isolated thunderstorm as well. Should see the rain clearing out as we head into the second half of our Sunday.
Highs top out in the lower 80s.
Much cooler and more comfortable air arrives to start off the work week. Expect mostly sunny skies and highs in the upper 70s.
8 Day Forecast:
Relatively quiet extended. Looks dry with near normal temperatures through Wednesday night. Another frontal boundary will park itself across the Midwest starting Thursday, bringing several rain chances to the area from Thursday through Saturday.