We’re enjoying a fantastic finish to the weekend, with sunshine and warm temps in the 80s.
A very pleasant evening on tap if you’re heading out to the Indiana State Fair. For skywatchers…don’t forget the Perseid Meteor Shower peaks tonight with up to 60 per hour. A mostly clear sky and comfortable temps dropping into the 60s make for ideal conditions. Best viewing will be after midnight when the moon sets. Good luck and please share photos if you see any.
Monday morning begins with sunshine and perhaps some patchy fog.
An isolated shower or storm will be possible after midday tomorrow, but chances remain low during early afternoon.
Monday highs in the mid to upper 80s will be the warmest of the week… and again expect MANY dry hours to enjoy the Indiana State Fair tomorrow.
The passage of cold front Tuesday morning will push rain chances south of Indianapolis. Northeasterlies behind the front will gradually drag in less humid air…though you won’t notice a big air mass difference until the second-half of Tuesday.
With Canadian high pressure sitting on top of us Wednesday morning, temperatures will near record low levels. In the city of Indianapolis it’s looking like lower 50s, but suburbs and rural areas will drop into the 40s for a few mornings.
Wednesday through Friday will be very much like fall, with comfortable overnight lows and mild highs in the mid 70s. Long-range model guidance hints of tropical moisture possibly sneaking into the Ohio Valley… something to monitor in the days ahead. Have a great evening and thanks for reading the blog – Sean Ash