Less Humid Air On The Way

Sean Ash

Not nearly the storm coverage this afternoon in Central Indiana compared to the past two days... despite the fact the Muggy Meter remains oppressive for most areas. However, isolated downpours and thunder remain in play until the sun sets after 9 PM this evening.

A refreshing wind of change delivers less humid within the next 24 hours and drops the Muggy Meter to the comfortable zone for about 24-36 hours.

With that said, we're still expecting a seasonably warm day with Monday afternoon in the mid/upper 80s.

You should be able to give the A/Cs a break Monday night with lows ranging from the mid/upper 50s north to 60-65F central/south. Tuesday begins comfortable but the dry air heats up quickly with abundant sun. Highs top-out near 90 and the humidity creeps with climbing dewpoints.

Humid heat produces heat indices near 100F again Wednesday afternoon with isolated late-day downpours and storms possible. Another cool front is expected to move across the state Wednesday night and brings a brief break from muggy air Thursday/Friday.

Long-range guidance supports highs near/above 90 next weekend with mainly sunny conditions - Sean Ash