Some of the warmest air of the season, and since early September, is likely Monday. After some patchy morning fog and low clouds, temperatures will soar in response to a good deal of hazy sun.
80% of the viewing area will be dry Monday. But it’s possible some weakening showers may approach western Indiana before noon tomorrow. Stronger storms may develop Monday evening/night…possibly impacting the northwestern corner of the state (including Lafayette, Kokomo).
Better storm chances arrive Tuesday and Wednesday, with large hail/damaging wind possible. Pleasantly cool air sinks southward late week… setting us up for a spring-like conditions Friday/Saturday. Long-range model guidance is shows the possibility of showers or storms for Race Day next Sunday. For now it’s just a chance… much can, and will change in the forecast the next 7 days. Check back for updates.