A string of totally dry, totally pleasant days is about to end with at least a chance of showers and storms. The northern half of Indiana has that chance between about midnight and noon Friday. Blame that warm front you see on this map. It’s the red line. Then we’ll spend some time between that line, and the blue one, a cold front. Between in between those two means hot and humid weather. There is a daily chance of scattered showers and storms Saturday through the Fourth, as the cold front approaches and stalls across the state. Bookmark the Huge Radar this weekend. Click here for the latest loop.
by Paul Poteet