Calm winds and mostly clear skies will help to produce some areas of patchy fog. Lows bottom out near 70 degrees.
Sunday will be a hot day with feels like temperatures in the mid to upper 90s. A weak cold front will approach the Ohio Valley and may trigger an isolated shower or storm near our southeast Indiana counties. The front will washout during the evening so most areas will stay dry and hot.
The heat will radiate all week as high pressure moves back in and sticks around. Our best chance for rain will be brought on by daily heating and instability in the atmosphere. Rain chances look to be in the range of 30-40 percent later in the week. Temperatures will be the dominating story this week as highs hold near 90 all week.
Mostly clear to fair
Slight shower chance