Welcome to central Indiana’s warmest day since July 23rd. Sunshine and lowering humidity sets the stage for a pleasant afternoon… with highs topping 80° for the first time in 9 days.
A quick-moving disturbance and convergence downwind of Lake Michigan will trigger isolate, quick-moving showers/storms the next few hours. This precipitation will mainly impact areas along/east of line from Monticello-Kokomo-Richmond.
You couldn’t write a better weather script for the International Champions Cup at Lucas Oil Stadium this evening. Warm temps at 5pm and pleasant air for the ride home after 11pm.
There’s a slim rain chance by 7am Friday for the beginning of the Indiana State Fair… though I believe clouds initially have more bark than bite. But we’re definitely on borrowed time with dry weather tomorrow… as rain/storm chances ramp up Friday night into Saturday.
By Saturday afternoon a front will be aligned along the I-70 corridor…keeping rain/storm chances high. Notice north of the line of rain temperatures are much cooler, and a hint of changes to come for Sunday.
North of cold front Sunday will be a pleasant place. Morning lows Sunday will be in the 50s, and a full dose of sun is required to get highs back into the mid 70s!