More heat, high humidity and storms till this weekend
Looks like we are not budging much in this Summer weather pattern. Even though temperatures will fluctuate the next few days, there is very little change in this pattern. This means more heat, high humidity and storm chances through at least the start of the Labor Day weekend.
There is fog in Central Indiana this morning and it looks like the wet ground and lack of wind will make visibility poor in a few spots.
Temperatures will be in the upper 80s this afternoon. There will be the chance for a few afternoon storms on Tuesday.
Scattered storms are in the forecast for Wednesday and Thursday, with highs in the middle and upper 80s.
Looks like it will be warm and sticky at Raceway Park for the NHRA US Nationals this week and into the weekend.
On This Date in Central Indiana Weather History......
2006 : An F0 tornado touches down in northern Rush county, destroying some outbuildings. 1986 : Whitestown...Thunderstorm winds at a house blew open the back door and shattered a window. The winds then blew open the refrigerator door and emptied its contents, while a 30 pound beagle was thrown off a couch and out the front door.