Storms possible overnight, setting up muggy Wednesday

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Angela Buchman
It is a warm and humid day across central Indiana, with high temperatures near 90 degrees.  Live Doppler 13 Radar is clear now, but there are storms developing to our west.  There is a slight risk for severe weather that includes northwest Indiana tonight.  We are forecasting that line of storms to weaken, but there will still be a few storms possible toward sunrise Wednesday.

Wednesday won't be as hot, but it will still be muggy.  High temperatures are forecast in the upper 70s and lower 80s.  The boundary that will trigger storm chances late Tuesday night and early Wednesday will still across the southern half of Indiana on Wednesday afternoon.  This will be the trigger for more storms. 

This boundary moves south for Thursday and Friday.  Milder air arrives for the end of the week, with highs in the 70s on Thursday and near 80 on Friday. 

Right now, we have storm chances in the Skytrak 7 day forecast for Saturday and Sunday.  There will be updates on the timing of the rain chances this weekend, so stay tuned for updates.