A hot, stormy Friday before weekend relief arrives

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Once again we saw high temperatures peak in the 90s and scattered t-storms developed across central Indiana on Thursday. A cold front will slide southward across the state Friday night. Ahead of the front scattered t-storms are likely and up to a half-inch of rain is likely. Behind the front the humidity will be lower this weekend and temperatures will only rise into the 80s. Enjoy the sunny,  mild weekend as the 90-degree heat will return next week.

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Highs were in the 90s Thursday.


We have reached our average number of 90-degree days for the summer season.


So far above average days have exceeded the number of below average days.


Expect a warm, dry morning at the bus stop.

Colts Training Camp - Today

Expect a hot humid afternoon for Colts Camp.


Scattered t-storms are likely after 3pm.


Scattered storms will continue into the evening.

2-Day QPF

Up to a half-inch of rain is likely.

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