More rain and a few storms are in the forecast for Tuesday night and Wednesday.
No severe weather is expected but heavy rain is possible in any storms that develop. It will be muggy overnight, with lows in the middle 60s.
The slow-moving weather system will be stuck over central Indiana through late Wednesday. Similar to Tuesday, there will be a few dry break in between pockets of heavier rain and thunder. Highs will be in the range of 75-80 degrees on Wednesday.
We still expect this feature to weaken and depart by Thursday morning. This sets up a mostly dry and warm Thursday with highs in the 80s. An approaching cold front will trigger a line of showers and storms in Illinois Thursday afternoon.
It’s too early to determine whether or not this line will hold long enough to impact the viewing area Thursday night. The passage of this front delivers very comfortable conditions for Friday and the start of Father’s Day weekend.
Highs Friday will drop back into the 70s and lows Saturday morning will be very pleasant in the 50s. Heat quickly builds across the Ohio Valley though and Father’s Day highs will soar into the mid and upper 80s with a very slight precipitation chance.
Most of the weekend will be fairly sunny. The hottest air of the year could arrive early next with our first ninety-degree day since September possible.