Morning Storms Being A Very Humid Day

Sean Ash

Early morning radar has areas of heavy rain and thunderstorms moving across Central Indiana. With the exception of far southern Indiana, this is mainly lightning and downpours.

This activity quickly diminishes by 6 AM but very humid conditions linger today with oppressive dewpoints in the 70s.

The muggy air, combined with daytime highs in the 80s, pushes heat indices into the 90s this afternoon with only spotty rain/thunder redeveloping during peak heating.

Though less humid air arrives Wednesday, an upper disturbance keeps a chance of late-day showers or thunderstorms in the forecast.

For now... we're keeping Thursday and Friday quiet with less humid and comfortable highs in the 80s. However, early morning model data suggest a more progressive pattern of upper air disturbances that may require rain chances to be added in the coming days.