Muggy stretch continues along with the chance for storms
Isolated showers continue this evening under mostly cloudy skies and humid conditions. With dew points in the upper 60s and low 70s, it just feels incredibly sticky outside and this is going to last for the entire extended forecast.
We’ll see cloudy skies overnight and temperatures will only drop into the upper 60s. You can’t rule out some isolated showers overnight, especially in southern Indiana where the area of low pressure is moving through. But the more north you are, the better chance the overnight hours will be totally dry but cloudy. Fog should start to develop early Monday morning between 4-6 AM and this could be around in some locations during the morning drive. Remember to take your time and have those headlights on!
Monday will be another mostly cloudy, humid and damp day in central Indiana. Patchy fog could linger until 10 AM before starting to dissipate across the entire area. Skies remain mostly cloudy around lunch time with temperatures in the mid 70s. Spotty showers are also possible during the day on Monday but the better chance should be after lunch an into the early evening hours. Some isolated rumbles of thunder cannot be ruled out. Temperatures will climb into the low 80s and yes, it will be another very humid day.
The area of low pressure that kept the weekend cloudy and humid will finally pull off to the east Monday night but another system is on its heels. This system will roll in from the Plains states and bring with it more spotty showers and thunderstorms on Tuesday. Temperatures will climb into the low 80s on Tuesday. But after this system departs Wednesday morning, a pattern shift will be in the works and what it means for us is hotter weather! Temperatures will climb into the mid to upper 80s for the rest of the work week with very muggy conditions too. This will also keep in minor chances for rain Wednesday thru Saturday.