Fog & low clouds is giving way to sun, but low cloud deck is lingering from Lafayette area to Covington & Crawfordsville.
We should see more & more sun area-wide this afternoon with windy conditions (west-southwest wind 15-32 mph).
Highs should reach the 80s to near 90 with lows in the 50s tonight.
Surface cold front will pass later today-evening with a narrow line of a few shallow showers & t'showers.
With mostly sunny skies Friday, highs of 76-81 are likely with northwest wind at 13-24 mph.
Lows of 50-56 Friday night will give way to 83-88 Saturday with southwest winds 15-25 mph & lots of sunshine.
Lows in the 60s are likely Saturday night.
Complex of severe storms will flare up in Minnesota & Iowa Saturday night & then backbuild & move southeastward through the night to Sunday.
Storms are likely here Sunday, mainly in the afternoon-evening. Parameters do suggest SLIGHT RISK for the area with a wind threat, but we will see how the SPC forecast pans out.
It still appears that highs of 88-92 will occur Sunday with heat indices 93-99.
Winds will run 20-35 mph from the south-southwest.
Additional storms & severe weather risk are possible later Monday-Monday night.
Some scattered showers are still possible Tuesday with a few isolated showers Wednesday as it turns much cooler with strong northwest winds.
Highs by Wednesday-Thursday will only run at 65-72.
A period of lows in the 40s will follow.
A testament to the strength of the much cooler airmass, highs in Denver, Colorado will be around 100 Sunday, but 50 Tuesday with rain, followed by low to mid 30s Tuesday night as skies clear.
This is the most anomalous cool wave since mid-May with the core of it in the Northern Plains & Minnesota, where very early frost & freezing will be possible.
Meanwhile record heat & extreme fire danger will occur in the Far West. The Northeast & Southeast will be immune to any of the cool weather & won't see much at all!
Temperatures return above normal late September through early October.