INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. --Good Wednesday afternoon. We've got a much quieter radar than what we've had the past few days. We're looking at a chance of t-storms across our northern counties mainly after 6 p.m. and into the night hours. Storms that do happen to move through that area may produce strong wind gusts. There's a slight chance the storms hold together into central Indiana during the night hours.
We'll see a mostly cloudy sky with patchy fog and lows near 70 degrees tonight. Temperatures on Thursday will rebound into the low to mid-80s with a mostly cloudy sky. A chance of rain will remain in the forecast Thursday afternoon and we'll keep that chance in for Friday afternoon as well.
The high humidity will continue into the weekend with more widespread rain and t-storms moving in Saturday with a low pressure system and cold front. It will be rather wet Saturday with lingering showers into Sunday. It will also be turning much cooler! Lows by Monday morning will be in the 50s and low 60s across the area. By next week, humidity will lower and the sunshine will return. Temperatures Tuesday morning will drop into the 50s with a rebound into the 70s. --Danielle Dozier