Indianapolis averages 100, 80-degree days each year and so far this year we've reached the four score mark 65 times. Our current weather pattern will keep us warm and humid for the next 24 hours.
Our scattered t-storm threat will increase Thursday and up to an inch of rain is likely as a cold front approaches.
The rain will continue through Friday morning end as the front moves across the state Friday afternoon.
Behind the front this weekend we'll have lower humidity and temperatures will cool into the 70s.
Indianapolis averages 100, 80-degree days each year and far this year we've reached the four score mark 65 times.
We'll stay warm and humid as the cold front moves this way.
Scattered strong t-storms are likely Thursday afternoon.
Showers will continue through Friday morning.
Heavy rain will be scattered across the area over the next 24 hours.
Temperatures and humidity will be lower on Saturday.
We'll have a slight chance for rain late Sunday afternoon.
T-storms will be likely on Monday.