After seeing quite the active evening Tuesday, we started off our Wednesday with calmer and quieter conditions.
Despite the stronger storms moving off to the northeast, we still had to grab those umbrellas this morning. Scattered showers were around a few of our communities, specifically here in Evansville. On top of the damp morning, temperatures were on the warm side – low 70s.
Unfortunately, we’re not done with the rain just yet. We’ll continue to stay in a summer-like trend with afternoon pop up showers and storms. Highs will be close to seasonable, reaching the low 80s. The strong southerly flow combined with heat and humidity will give us a good opportunity of isolated showers and storms. There is still plenty of dry time to take advantage of, but don’t be surprised by a random downpour this afternoon and evening.
Drying conditions will be likely overnight into tomorrow morning. Heavy cloud cover will stick around, which will keep our morning temperatures in the upper 60s and lower 70s. You can expect tomorrow afternoon to bring us the possibility of more isolated storms with highs in the low to mid 80s.