Our weather is looking unsettled as we close out the week across Kentuckiana so you’ll need the umbrella and rain gear from time to time on this Friday. With a stalled out frontal system in place, plenty of tropical moisture available and a wave of energy sliding overhead, showers and thunderstorms are likely as this system pulls through the area. While it will be a bit humid, afternoon highs will be held in check once again due to the clouds and rain around with highs into the low 80s. Heading into the weekend, the upper level system will pull eastward allowing for some brief dry air to work into Kentuckiana on Saturday. Mostly locations should be dry with scattered clouds, although a stray shower or storm may be possible with another wave of energy rolling toward our area. Afternoon highs will stay below average for late June with readings in the low 80s once again.

More scattered rain and storms will be possible to close out the weekend as the next wave of energy rolls through the Ohio Valley. The rain will come to an end heading into next week as we get back to conditions more typical for the end of June. Monday and Tuesday look dry as we heat back up into the upper 80s and low 90s before another round of heat and humidity returns to Kentuckiana. Highs should be in the low and mid-90s mid-week with a few pop-up storms possible during the afternoon heat. Have a nice Friday and a great weekend to come!

TODAY: Scattered showers and storms. High: 82. Wind: S 5-10 mph.

TONIGHT: Partly cloudy and mild. Low: 68. Wind: SW 5-10 mph.

SATURDAY: A few clouds and warm, a stray storm possible. High: 83. Wind: SW 5-10 mph.


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