Reinforcing cool air filters into central Indiana late Thursday afternoon. A weak front settles south this evening carrying the widely scattered showers and t-showers with it.
Chilly for mid August later tonight as temps well away from the city lower into the 40s! Tonight will mark the 22nd night below 60° in the city – most in a summer in 10 years – with a forecast low of 51° Friday morning we will be shy of the record 45° set in 1979.
In what has been a historic summer, the cool weather rolls on with 48 days since June 1st below normal.
No time on record has these past 6 weeks ever been this cool – with and average temperature since July 1st of 70.6°.
SIGNS OF HEAT
We still monitor changes in our long-range pattern with possible heat here starting next week. No doubt there will be a jump this weekend in humidity that may also bring with it scattered showers and t-showers, timing is still being refined and current thinking is Sunday has best chance for the rain.
Overnight runs long-range are still trying to sort out the potentially large pattern change. Still looks like heat will try to take hold in the east next week.