UpdateJune 21st, 2013 at 10:13 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
Storms have collapsed, except for just some sprinkles & light showers in southern Montgomery & southeast Fountain counties. The gusty southeast winds on the back end of the rain have subsided after some gusts to 36 mph in the area. Rainfall varied from nothing in our southeastern & eastern areas to 1.15″ in some areas of our western/northwestern counties.
In Tippecanoe County, Bud had 1.06″, Purdue University Airport had 0.91″, but Teri 0.27″ & I measured 0.34″ at WLFI!
Other storm clusters are evolving from Wyoming & Nebraska to the Dakotas & Minnesota in the “Ring of Fire”. These will track on the edge of the heat wave & affect Wisconsin, Michigan & perhaps far northern Illinois & far northeast Indiana. Outflow boundary & overal instability will help a few storms to pop Saturday & Sunday (as more storm clusters pass north of us Saturday night-Sunday morning).
It definitely looks hot & humid Saturday & Sunday with highs in the 90-95 range & heat indices in the 95-100 range.