Near record highs for the next two days

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The average high temperature for Indianapolis in late September is 72 degrees. Gusty winds from the south will push warmer air into the state and near record highs are possible for the next two days with highs in the 70s. We’ll enjoy our warm up ahead of a  cold front that will eventually move this way. This weather system will also bring rain and t-storms late Friday. The rain will continue into Saturday morning and a flurry or two may mix with our light rain as the front passes. Behind the cold front we’ll see highs in the 40s and lows in 20s Sunday through Tuesday.


Low temperatures will not be as chilly overnight.



Warmer air will be with us to end the work week.


We’ll have a dry, breezy Thursday.


Rain and t-storms will move in the the area late Friday.


Less than a half inch of rain is likely this week.


A few showers are possible Saturday.


Expect a dry, chilly Sunday.


Our first hard freeze of the season will come early next week.


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