We're sweating through a miserably humid day in Central Indiana with heat indices flirting with 100 degrees in many areas.
Isolated but dangerous storms with heavy rain and frequent lightning have developed with the heating of the day. There's also been funnel clouds spotted in far northwestern Indiana. We're not going to rule out localized severe wind or a funnel...but torrential rain, lighting and some hail are primary storm threats.
These will diminish after sunset and then areas of dense fog develop by sunrise Monday. Out the door temperatures in the 70s quickly shoot up into the 80s by noon and heat indices again flirt with 100.
More isolated heavy storms can be expected Monday and Tuesday before greater storm coverage arrives with a strong cold front Wednesday afternoon.
This front delivers welcome relief from the heat with noticeably cooler air Thursday. This pleasant change hangs around heading into Labor Day weekend which features lows in the 50s and plenty of sunshine. Be safe this evening - Sean Ash