Our 90-degree streak continues

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Summer continues to hang on. Wednesday’s high was a near-record 90 degrees. The average high temperature this time of year is 77 degrees. The average number of 90-degree days is 19. Wednesday was number 37 for this year and we’ll have one more 90-degree day Thursday before cooling down for the weekend.

We’ll have a slight chance for a few isolated storms Thursday afternoon.

A cold front will approach the state Friday and bring a chance for more widespread storms Friday afternoon. Some high school football games may be affected by lightning Friday evening.

Highs will be in the 70s this weekend.

We’ll have a daily chance for rain early next week.

We have had 7, 90-degree days so far this month.

This has been a hot Summer.

Expect a few isolated storms Thursday afternoon.

Scattered storms are likely Friday afternoon.

We’ll have lightning around the area through Friday evening.

We’ll have dry weather for Saturday’s parade.

Storms are likely south of Indianapolis on Saturday.

Scattered storms are likely south of Indianapolis Sunday.

 

Our rain chances will increase early next week.

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