Get ready to sweat through another day of uncomfortable heat and humidity. A disturbance creating heavy rain in the northeast corner of the state early this morning pushes east of Indiana by midday… offering very little to trigger redevelopment this afternoon.
As temperatures climb into the mid to upper 80s the atmosphere will become highly unstable. During peak heating in late afternoon and early evening isolated showers and storms will be possible.
Morning temperatures are near 70 and as clouds thin we’ll see a quick rise into the 80s by midday. Highs will range from 85 to near 90 with heat indices well into the 90s this afternoon.
Much of Monday will also be dry before the next upper disturbance enters the region triggering clusters of strong to possibly severe storms during the evening. This feature will also bring another round of scattered heavy storms Tuesday before departing in the middle of the week.
The Skytrak13 seven day forecast shows mostly dry conditions Wednesday and Thursday before we’re back in scattered storm chances Friday and Saturday. It’s been a wet June and it appears we’ll tack on another one to locally three inches or more this week. Stay tuned for updates and have a great Sunday.