Isolated downpours continue overnight. Heavy rain and flooding remain the main threats. Already soggy ground means it’s not going to take much water to cause some flooding issues. Storms should gradually decrease overnight, but patchy fog develops.
Monday brings plenty of heat and humidity. Highs in the upper 80s will again feel more like the 90s. Rain chances should be quite isolated. The threat of heavy rain continues with any storms that do fire up.
We finally break this active and humid pattern by Thursday!
Tonight: Partly cloudy with patchy fog and isolated storms...71
Monday: Partly sunny with a spotty storm possible…88
Tuesday: Partly sunny with a 20% chance of t’storms…87
Wednesday: Partly sunny with a 30% chance of t’storms…84
Thursday: Partly cloudy…79
Friday: Partly cloudy...78
Storms should gradually decrease overnight, but patchy fog develops.
Tropical Depression No. 8 formed on Sunday in the mid-Atlantic, packing winds of 35 MPH and moving west at 9 miles per hour.
Heavy rains not only postponed the Indianapolis Indians game against the Louisville Bats, but it flooded the dugouts, creating a mini-lazy…
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Follow the path of incoming storms in central Indiana.
Two-thirds of the way through August, and the 30th person has been killed by lightning this year.