NORTH WEBSTER — After a cool, wet spring, temperatures will begin to warm up in Northern Indiana this week.
So far this year, North Webster office of the National Weather Service has only seen seven days with temperatures at or above 80 degrees. The warmest day so far was 85 on May 18.
Normally, the area sees its first 90-degree reading in early June, said Kyle Brown, meteorologist in the North Webster office.
“It has been off to a slow start as far as summer heat goes,” Brown said.
Humidity will also be on the rise and bring with it a chance of storms on Thursday and Friday, Brown said.
Beginning Wednesday, local temperatures will begin moving into the mid- to upper-80s by Friday.
Today, June 25, will be partly cloudy with a high of 82. There will be a slight chance of storms at night and a low of 66. Wednesday will include mostly sunny skies and a high of 84. There is a slight chance of rain at night and the low will dip to 65.
Thursday’s high will be 86 and temps climb Friday to near 88. Both days will include mostly sunny conditions and a slight chance of pop up storms.