While conditions remain damp, and at times stormy south of I-70, the cloud canopy from this feature offered the ideal backdrop for one of our better sunsets in some time.
Southern Indiana will remain damp the next few hours with occasional rumbles of thunder. The dividing line appears to be the I-70 corridor. Nothing severe this evening, but some rather vivid lightning at times.
Rain departs by midnight and our forecast focus shifts to the well advertised shot of unseasonably cooler air. Morning lows Wednesday drop into the 60s with highs struggling to return to the upper 70s for most.
The combination of cool air and the high July sun angle will create instability showers during peak heating… but on an isolated basis.
If you like tomorrow the best is yet to come. Lows drop into the 50s Thursday morning and stretch of sunshine arrives just in time for the 4th of July weekend!
Enjoy the break from jungle humidity and soak up the fresh air central Indiana… you’ve earned it.