Patchy fog is likely across Central Indiana this morning… and as we head into the afternoon scattered storms are expected to develop.
Today’s forecast is almost a carbon copy of what happened Saturday. Storms popped, and some areas got drenching heavy rain of 1-2″ in a short amount of time, while others remained bone dry.
Scattered showers and storms are possible as we head into this afternoon. Not everyone will see rain, but those who do will see slow moving storms with heavy rain, and the possibility of small hail. Temps will reach the upper 80s.
Tonight temps fall into the upper 60s with isolated storms tonight. Patchy fog will be possible early Monday morning.
There’s not much of a pattern chance this week. We remain hot, humid, and stormy. Through Thursday storms are possible, especially in the late afternoon/early evening. There’s relief from the heat at the end of the 7 day.