INDIANAPOLIS — It's Friday, and it is a beautiful day in central Indiana.
From the cool start to the low humidity, this is a picture-perfect way to start the day. Our afternoon will be a little warmer with dry conditions and a high of 82 degrees.
Most of the next three days will be rain-free, but that could change late Sunday or Sunday night when storms enter the picture.
The weekend as a whole will be more summer-like. Heat goes up, humidity goes up and our highs will be in the mid to upper 80s.
Look for lots of changes next week, with daily chances for storms, heat and tropical humidity.
Still, it should be a great August weekend in Indiana.
ON THIS DAY IN CENTRAL INDIANA WEATHER HISTORY
1977: Across Parke County, locally heavy rains of 6 to 8 inches fall during Aug. 7 and 8. Total damage caused by the resultant flooding is estimated at $750,000.