Scattered t-showers will continue Tuesday night with areas of dense fog

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. --Good Tuesday afternoon! We're tracking a few scattered showers and isolated t-storms this afternoon and we'll have that threat through the evening. No tornadoes are expected today. Dense fog will set up tonight with visibility dropping to 1 to 2 miles in Indianapolis. There may be spots with lower visibility, especially in low-lying areas.

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Temperatures will start out in the upper 60s and low 70s Wednesday morning and rebound into the low 80s Wednesday afternoon. The fog should lift by 11 a.m. with a mostly cloudy sky continuing through the day. We'll have a few spotty showers and t-storms around.

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Temperatures will warm through the week with highs in the mid-80s by the end of the week. Heavy rain and t-storms will once again return for the weekend as a cold front moves through. As a trough of low pressure moves across the Midwest, temperatures will cool to the mid-50s by next Tuesday morning! It's not record cold, but it's still chilly for August! --Danielle Dozier

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