Our 80 degree streak continues

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Our streak of 80 degree days has now reached seven consecutive days. We’ll add one more before a cold front brings rain and cooler temps.  The weekend will not be a complete washout but a few t-storms are likely. Once cooler air moves in it will be around for several days, no more 80s for a while.


We gain 11 minutes of daylight during the month of June.

Highs Today

Highs were in the 80s today across central Indiana. Over the southern part of the state heavy rain kept temperatures cooler.


We are in the middle of long stretch of warm weather.


We’ll have a dry  Friday.


T-storms are likely on Saturday.

Regional Front Map1

We’ll have a dry Sunday.

Regional Front Map2

Expect more t-storms Monday.

Regional Front Map3


The showers will end Tuesday.


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