We’re watching for storms to develop in Iowa and Missouri late Sunday night. If they develop, they should move east/southeast around a bubble of warm air, allowing them to arrive in southwestern Indiana early Monday morning. There will also be a chance for showers and thunderstorms to develop during the afternoon, especially southwest of Indianapolis.
Temperatures Monday will widely range from upper 70°s to upper 80°s. It will be in the southwest as showers and thunderstorms knock temperatures down.
While it will be warm, it should be a good afternoon to take in practice at Colts Training Camp at Anderson University Monday afternoon. Temperatures will be in the lower to middle 80°s with a very small chance for a shower/thunderstorm.
Temperatures will start to climb in to the upper 80°s and lower 90°s as we go through the workweek. Moisture in lower levels will surge northeast in to Indiana taking dew points in to the lower and middle 70°s Tuesday through Friday. This will allow for peak heat indices to climb to the 90°s and perhaps lower 100°s.
Right now, long-range computer models suggest a cold front will pass through central Indiana Friday. Behind the front, drier air is projected to move south through the state. Stay tuned…