Another day in the 90s followed by a cooler and wet weekend

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Today will be our 23rd day of 90+ degree temps this summer! Typically we average 18 in a given summer. But this will be the last 90-degree day that we see for a while. Once again, heat indices will be around 100 this afternoon, but a big temperature drop is in store for the weekend. Highs will be around 80 on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

Hour by Hour Temps Manual LS Todays Highs

We have some much needed rain moving in for the weekend. Unfortunately it may be too much at once. 1-3" will fall through Sunday night, and flash flooding will be a concern.

12z Precip Accum GFS DMA w Plots

Saturday will be the wetter of the two days this weekend, with 90% coverage expected, and heavy downpours through the afternoon. This will make for a very wet weekend at the Indiana State Fair, although it will be much cooler than it has been this whole week.

State Fair

We'll continue with daily rain chances through the  middle of next week. Up to 4" may fall between today and next Wednesday.


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