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Live Doppler 13 Forecast

Angela Buchman
07/20/17 04:25 pm EDT

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It will be hot, humid and stormy through the weekend.

The southern part of the state is now under a heat advisory for Friday afternoon and Saturday afternoon. In this area, high temperatures will be in the range of 90 to 95 degrees and heat index values will be near 105 degrees. This includes Bedford, Seymour and North Vernon.

There will be several complexes of storms too. Right now there is a chance for 1 early Friday morning, with more storms possible Friday afternoon and evening. There is a risk for severe weather. Heavy rain causing flash flooding and damaging winds are the biggest threats.

There will be more storms to track this weekend, along with high temperatures near 90 and heat index values near 100 for central Indiana. Take precautions from the heat and stay weather aware this weekend.

This pattern will break early next week.

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