The hottest air in years is on it's way to central Indiana. We're forecasting a string of days with high temperatures in the 90s with the heat index near or above 100 degrees. No relief is in sight from our heat wave until early next week. In the meantime we'll all have to do our best to stay cool. We'll have a daily chance for scattered afternoon and evening t-storms through race weekend.
Here are four things you need to know to stay cool in the heat we'll have this week.
- Slow you pace when working outside.
- Wear light-weight loose-fitting clothing to help your body "breathe".
- Eat smaller meals with a higher water content.
- Drink lots of water.
We've already had nine days this summer with high temperatures in the 90s.
We'll have have highs in the 90s with the heat index near or above 100 degree for at least the next four days.
Heat advisories and/or warnings are now in effect for sixteen states.
Central Indiana may see a few spotty storms Wednesday.
Central Indiana may see a few spotty storms Thursday.
Friday will be a hot, humid day.
The heat will peak on Saturday.
Expect a hot, dry evening for the Kid Rock concert at IMS.
We'll have a chance for t-storms Sunday afternoon, that may affect race fans.