SPECIAL COVERAGE: 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500

Goodbye 90s, hello weekend relief

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For the fourth consecutive day Indianapolis reached a high temperature  in the 90s. Extreme heat this time of year is to be taken seriously as heat related issues are the number one, weather-related cause of death in the U.S. The good news is that we will get a break from the intense heat and humidity this weekend. A cold front will move across the state over night and bring milder, drier air in for the weekend. Enjoy the short respite, the hot weather will come roaring back next week.


High temperatures were above average again this week.


Highs were in the 90s for the fourth consecutive day.


Heat related issues are the number one, weather-related cause of death in the U.S.

Golf Forecast

We'll have nice weather for early morning tee times.

JVB State Fair

Expect a great day at the Indiana State Fair.

ProFootball Hall of Fame

The weather will cooperate for the parade and the induction ceremonies for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton.


We'll have a dry, milder Saturday.


Our dry, mild weather continues through Sunday.

Regional Front Map1

We'll have a dry start to the work week.

Regional Front Map2

The heat builds back in by Tuesday.

Regional Front Map3

We'll have a daily chance for t-storms Wednesday through Friday.


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