High pressure is bringing us a cool start to our Thursday morning with clear skies and temperatures from the lower 50s to lower 60s.
Today temperatures climb a little above normal into the 80s with a mix of sun and clouds.
Even though temperatures are climbing this afternoon it will still feel comfortable outside with low humidity. That will change Friday into the weekend as more moisture moves into the state making it feel sticky and muggy.
Overnight a complex of storms will move in from Wisconsin affecting mainly northeast counties. Earlier model runs were bringing the storms closer to Indy but most recent data suggests the storms will mainly impact Peru, Muncie and areas northeast.
The front and storms will pull off to the northeast by mid morning Friday leaving us with dry conditions and sunny skies for the rest of the day.
A dome of heat sitting just east of Indiana will move into the state starting Friday and continuing to cause temperatures to soar this weekend.
This weekend is looking to be the hottest we have seen so far this year! A few spotty showers are possible this weekend but most areas will remain dry. Rain chances really ramp up by the middle of next week as another system heads to the region.