It is going to be another hot and very humid day here in central Indiana. Temperatures are expected to climb into the upper 80s and with dew points in the 70s, it will feel more like the mid to low 90s.
After being rocked by strong showers and thunderstorms last night, we have to once again keep an eye on the radar today because storms cannot be ruled out. A cold front will finally move through the state and this is keeping in the chance for storms.
The rest of the morning hours will stay dry in central Indiana. The weather models start to pick up some isolated showers and thunderstorms between 4-6 PM today. The chance for spotty storms will continue through sunset. While we are not under a risk of severe weather today from the SPC, an isolated strong to severe storm cannot be ruled out. This is due to the amount of heat and humidity in the atmosphere once again. We are mainly looking at the threat of some isolated damaging winds. As always, we’ll be watching the radar and keeping you informed as to what is happening in our area.
HEAT & HUMIDITY DROP:
We have been in the midst of a more than 2 week stretch of very humid air in central Indiana. We are finally going to see some relief behind the cold front tonight and the deal gets even better as the weak continues. Dew points will fall back into the 50s by Thursday and the 4th of July and this results in more comfortable air. This also means that our overnight temperatures will be cooler too. High pressure is moving in for the end of the work week and the start of the weekend to keep us dry and cooler for a few days.