90s and Severe Storms Possible This WeekBy
Only a few light showers around this evening, but rain chances climb overnight with some locally heavy downpours possible. Severe storms are not expected, though you may hear some thunder before you wake up Monday morning.
Expect humid lows in the mid 60s tonight, with a slow climb into the mid 70s Monday due to cloud cover and scattered showers/storms.
It won’t rain all day tomorrow, but rain is fair game at anytime… with the greatest coverage expected during peak daytime heating Monday afternoon.
Rain and clouds depart Tuesday as much warmer air moves. Highs Tuesday jump into the mid/upper 80s across Central Indiana.
Wednesday is looking like the hottest day of the year so far, and hottest since late last August. Temps soar into the 90s. Unfortunately the combo of high heat, low level moisture and extreme instability may trigger a severe storm complex. This far out there is a great deal of uncertainty on timing and location, but all of Central Indiana should monitor this blog and the rest of the SkyTrak 13 forecast team for updates.
Wednesday is the hottest day of the week, and Friday is my pick of the week… with low humidity, sunshine and highs near 80!