There will be a nice rebound in temperatures later this afternoon. The winds will be lighter today than yesterday, still out of the northeast from 5 to 10 mph. Afternoon highs will be in the low 80s. A slow warming trend will continue through mid week. An area of high pressure will dominate with sunny and dry conditions for the next few days. Monday and Tuesday will be pleasant with highs in the low 80s. More clouds move in on Wednesday as the next system moves in closer.
A great stretch of weather takes over for the last weekend in July. It was cool this morning with temperatures falling into the mid 50s. It will be a bright and beautiful afternoon with breezy winds out of the northeast from 5 to 15 mph. Dew points will be in the 50s. Afternoon highs will climb into the upper 70s. It'll be a great night at Victory Field too!
It was a beautiful July day. Temperatures climbed into the upper 70s across central Indiana. An area of high pressure is dominating central Indiana. This will help keep humidity down for the next few days. Here were the dew points this afternoon. It will be a cool and pleasant evening.
We also have a Wind Advisory that goes into effect in 20 minutes. Winds will increase this afternoon from 25 to 35 mph sustained winds. Gusts could be near 45 to 50. @wthrcom#INwxhttps://t.co/9LObW6Y8Jd
10:30am: Heavy storms continue this morning in north central Indiana... could end up with up to 3" of rain today. More widespread thunderstorms move in early afternoon. Some could be strong to severe. @wthrcom#Inwxhttps://t.co/yrV2VHCwAi
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Selecting a term
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