By Chuck Lofton, SkyTrak meteorologist - bio | email
Summer heat and humidity have returned to Indiana, and Wednesday, more summer-like storms return, as well.
At this point, we aren't looking for much in the way of severe weather, but keep in mind that in heat and humidity, locally heavy storms are never out of the question.
We will keep thunderstorms in the forecast Thursday, as well.
Friday into Sunday features mostly sunny and warm weather across the state, with comfortable lows in the 50s overnight, and highs in the mid-80s during the day.
Storm chances return early next week with some thunder and lightning possible Monday.
ON THIS DAY IN CENTRAL INDIANA WEATHER HISTORY 1883:
From west of Clay City to Adams, a tornado that moved across the central part of the state killed 11 people, including two who were seeking shelter under a bridge across the Eel River. They died when the bridge was demolished.