INDIANAPOLIS — Live Doppler 13 Radar is much quieter than 24 hours ago and even just eight hours ago.
Downpours from earlier have faded away after daytime heating. Left behind will be areas of fog and muggy lows near 70° overnight.
Another miserably humid day on tap for Wednesday that also includes widely scattered, but heavy storms.
The weakness in the atmosphere causing the flare-ups of heavy rain and thunderstorms exits the region after tomorrow.
This opens the gates for a string of highs of 90°-95°+ and heat indices near 100°+ for several days. It's possible this begins on Thursday, but certainly we'll be scorching Friday and beyond the 4th of July weekend.
Find ways to keep cool and limit outdoor time if possible. Heat advisories and/or heat warnings seem reasonable given the duration of what could be the longest 90° stretch in eight years.