Temps in the 90s and scattered t-storms for the next two days

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We’ll see a chance for t-storms for the next two days but severe t-storms are not likely. On average, severe t-storm occurrence decreases across central Indiana during the month of August. The reason for this is a reduction in instability due to warmer conditions aloft and a decrease in solar heating at the surface. Winds aloft are also at their weakest point of the season. The jet stream is also weaker and father north so the main storm track is farther north.

update

So far this has been a warmer than average summer.

90s

Wednesday was our 17th day with a high of at least 90 degrees.

BUS STOP FORECAST 2

We’ll have patchy fog at the bus stop Thursday morning.

Colts Training Camp - Today

Expect a warm, humid afternoon in Anderson for Colts Camp.

RPM1

We ‘ll have a chance for isolated t-storms Thursday afternoon.

RPM2

Scattered t-storms are likely Friday afternoon.

Regional Front Map1

Dry weather will move in Saturday.

Regional Front Map2

The humidity will dip Sunday.

Regional Front Map3

Expect a dry, warm start to next week.

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