Hot and humid weather will continue for a few more days before a more comfortable change comes in later in the week. Before then, heat index values will climb into the lower 100s during the afternoon hours and will push livestock heat stress in the emergency category. Scattered storms could pop up today ahead of a slow moving cold front starting to enter the Ohio Valley. It’ll take it’s time pushing through the state on Wednesday and as it does showers and thunderstorms will develop along that boundary. The front will settle just south of Indiana on Thursday, leaving most of the region dry and mild. The front pushes back northward as a warm front on Friday giving farmers another chance of rain. Unsettled weather is expected over the weekend with more showers and storms.
The extended two week forecast calls for seasonal temperatures and rainfall across the entire state. The long range 30 day outlooks shows near average temps and rains over the entire Midwest.
Rob Wasson has been forecasting Indiana weather for more than 18 years. Born, raised and educated in Indiana, Rob knows Hoosier weather and the communities it affects. Each day he develops a forecast designed to serve the farm and rural communities of the state. For questions about Indiana weather, Email Rob.