INDIANAPOLIS — It's a warmer, more muggy start to our day. Temperatures will jump back into the low 90s with the muggy meter nearing the miserable category in the early afternoon preceding a cold front.
Clouds will increase after the lunch hour with a few spotty storms developing along the boundary, mainly south of Interstate 70.
Skies clear in the evening as drier air takes back over and the muggy meter falls back into the more comfortable zone.
Overnight temperatures fall into the upper 60s.
Thursday is looking more pleasant as dew points drop back into that "comfortable zone."
It'll still be hot though, with highs in the mid to upper 80s Thursday.
Friday will be a copy-and-paste forecast from Thursday with plenty of sunshine and highs in the mid-80s.
Another brief increase in heat and humidity starts the weekend with highs in the low 90s on Saturday under hazy skies.
A spotty storm chance along a front Sunday morning brings the temperatures back down with highs in the mid-80s for the second half of the weekend. This will set us up for a quiet start to next week with low humidity, comfortable temperatures near 80 degrees for highs and lots of sunshine.