Some scattered showers & storms have led to a lot of variability with rainfall over the past 24 hours, but the greatest totals are in Newton & Jasper counties with up to 1.50" recorded.
Many areas saw nothing or less than 0.10" & could use much more.
Much of the storm action with severe risk was southeast & east of our area today.
After some patchy fog tonight with lows in the 60s, highs in the upper 80s to lower 90s are likely Monday.
It will be muggy with mid 90s to 100 heat indices.
Two MCVs will being storms, mainly in afternoon through evening, though a few random storms nearing midday are possible.
There is the potential of a few severe gusts.
Lack of better shear will preclude higher severe risk other than MARGINAL to possibly SLIGHT.
Patchy fog & 60s Monday night will give way to partly cloudy skies Tuesday. A few showers/storms are possible with 30% coverage, but it appears that the better shower/storm development & coverage will be east of our area.
Highs will run in the 80s & it still looks humid to muggy, despite northwest wind.
Wednesday & Thursday look less humid with 80s & sun/clouds & northwest wind. A few isolated showers/t'showers are possible Wednesday in the cool air aloft with building cumulus clouds.
Friday should feature partly cloudy skies & upper 80s to 90s with more humid weather & some storms as warm front moves northward.
Several episodes of storms are possible Saturday-Monday with risk of some severe weather on periphery of building hot upper ridge.
Hot, dry upper ridge should build in after that.
Highs of 91-95 are likely Saturday-Sunday before storm complexes with high humidity bringing the highest heat indices of 2020, so far. The highest they have gotten is 95-100. 100-107 is looking likely.
The highest at our WLFI ob site is 97. At the Purdue Airport, the highest reading has been 97 as well.