Highs today ran 71-75.
Tomorrow's highs are likely to run 76-84 after 50-55 in the early morning with patchy fog.
Cluster of storms is possible afternoon-evening that would ridge down the warm front with severe risk.
All severe aspects possible from wind, large to tornado risk with this supercell cluster.
Right now, latest data tracks it on the edge of mid 70s northeast to mid 80s southwest & around 80 at Greater Lafayette.
Main track of the supercell cluster is Jasper to White to Carroll, Cass & Howard to eastern Clinton counties.
New data forms new storm cluster farther southwest Thursday overnight & holds it together longer with severe risk & it exits by Friday morning.
We will monitor.
It will be a warm, humid night with lows in the 60s.
Rainfall is lighter (0.10-0.60") in southwest half & northeastern areas by early Friday morning, but in a strip from Rensselaer to Winamac to Burnettsville to Logansport to Burlington to Russiaville & northeast of Forest, 1" to +2" of rainfall is possible. This would be the total Thursday afternoon to early Friday morning.
Storm Prediction Convective Outlook for Thursday afternoon-evening & night:
With highs 70 north & 86 south Friday & around 84 at Greater Lafayette, a few storms are still possible near & along the warm front in the north.
MARGINAL RISK of severe weather will continue in that zone.
Saturday is partly cloudy to mostly sunny, windy, warm & humid with highs 84-88 with heat indices 89-92.
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