7th consecutive day of 80° warmth; remnants of Cristobal bring severe threat to central Indiana

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Clear skies and more sunshine are on the way today as temperatures are expected to reach near 90° in downtown this afternoon. So far, this stretch of weather has been incredible with early June running now 5° above average. With the ample sunshine today, plus low dew points (less haze), our UV index will run at an 11, meaning a sunburn could occur in less than 10 minutes between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Tomorrow, clouds will increase by mid-morning, as remnants of Cristobal moves toward the Ohio Valley. By the afternoon, scattered storms will spin-up and march across the state. The threat for isolated tornadoes will be in play because of low-level wind shear. In this environment, if tornadoes form, they will be weak but could certainly bring damage. Look for more updates on this before tomorrow morning.

Cooler air will follow by Wednesday and take us through the remainder of the weekend, with another dry stretch taking hold…

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