Another beautiful day in central Indiana, with plenty of sun and no big humidity. I think the humidity will increase again by Sunday evening and stay sticky through Tuesday. I think rain chances will be around late tonight through Tuesday.
The chance late tonight comes from a complex of Saturday storms soaking Iowa. If the complex holds together the showers could be scattered through Sunday morning. I think another batch could brew by Sunday evening and be around through early Monday morning. Most of Monday will be rain-free, and then storm look likely Tuesday.
The Hurricane formerly known as Arthur is now a post-tropical cyclone. High winds and heavy rain continue over parts of southeastern Canada and Maine.
Arthur will go in the books at the earliest hurricane in history to make landfall in North Carolina. There are indications it will be an active season near the East Coast, and not so much along the Gulf.
The average high today is 85 and the average low is 66. Records are 103 (from two years ago) and 49.
PAUL’S PREVIOUS PREDICTION:
Yesterday’s high was 79. My forecast was 78.