Warm and Mainly Dry Week AheadBy
We hit 70 at noon and will continue to warm this afternoon into the upper 70s. Though temperatures will be warm, humidity levels will be in the “comfortable” range. If you’re heading out to the track or anywhere outdoors, don’t forget the sunscreen!
The week ahead looks mainly dry and very warm. We could hit 80 tomorrow with sunny skies. You’ll probably have the need to water your plants and yard this week, because Mother Nature’s free water looks like a tough commodity. Our best chance comes a week from today with scattered showers/storms. Before that, a dying cold front *might* be enough for a couple passing showers on Wednesday – but it’s a slim chance. Late Sunday night we could get a couple isolated storms – especially northwest Indiana. In addition to the mainly dry weather, we’ll watch the heat and humidity crank up by qualifying weekend. We could hit mid 80s with heat index values in the 90s this upcoming weekend!
Finally, our Hoosier Pic today at noon. A gorgeous pic taken by Pamela Brearley who celebrated Mother’s Day enjoying the view of Eagle Creek from Rick’s Boatyard Cafe yesterday. Sailboats and a helicopter made for a fantastic photo op!