Showers will continue to diminish now that the sun has sun has set. The focus overnight shifts to areas of dense fog developing. While visibility is not a problem at the time of this posting, a light wind and high moisture content suggest it will be Monday morning.
Tonight: Visibility may be low enough in spots Monday morning to slow travel and possibly cause school delays. Check in with Chuck Lofton beginning at 4am for the latest.
This is being aided by an oppressive Muggy Meter that will remain uncomfortable for a good chunk of this week. Prepare to sweat it out heading into next weekend.
Monday: Despite the fog and morning overcast, Monday will be mostly dry until late day when isolated showers and storms flare up in the humid air. Highs tomorrow slowly creep into the 80s.
The first of few rounds of heavy storms arrives Tuesday. While widespread severe weather is not anticipated, torrential rain and frequent lightning is likely with these storms.
Medium to long rang guidance suggest an active set up in this week. There is potential for multiple storm complexes to pass through central Indiana on the edge of an expanding hot dome. Timing is highly uncertain at the moment so check back for updates. But confidence is growing on our warmest stretch of the summer.
There is also a chance of Indianapolis finally hitting 90 degrees for the first time this season. It's been 341 days and counting since the city officially hit that mark… the 6th longest streak on record. Have a great afternoon – Sean Ash