Scattered t-storms are likely after Midnight

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Scattered t-storms are likely across central Indiana after 3am. Severe weather is not expected and the rain will end early Friday morning. We'll have a dry Friday and Saturday and more scattered t-storms are likely late Sunday through Monday morning. We'll have a dry 4th of July with clear skies in the forecast for fireworks displays Monday night. The heat will return early next week with temps reaching into the 90s late in the week.

update

Thursday was our third consecutive day with temperatures below average.

DRYING OUT

This is the warmest time of the year for us.

90s

So far we've had 8 days with highs in the 90s. All have come during the month of June.

RPM1

Scattered t-storms are likely after Midnight.

RPM2

The rain will end early Friday. We'll have sunshine Friday afternoon through Saturday.

Regional Front Map1

T-storms will develop late Sunday.

Regional Front Map2

T-storms will end early Monday.

Regional Front Map3

Highs will be near 90 by Tuesday.

July 4 3PART FCST

We'll have a warm holiday weekend.

OUTLOOK 4TH OF JULY

 

Expect a mild, dry Monday evening.

 

 

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