A warm start to May across central Indiana

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The month of May will get off to a fantastic start. We’ll have sunny skies Tuesday with high temperatures warming into the 80s.

The combination of warm air, low humidity and strong winds a prompted the issuance of  a Red Flag Warning north of I-70 on Tuesday. Make sure campfires are fully extinguished and smoke only  in designated areas.

We’ll stay in the 80s on Wednesday with chance for a few isolated showers. Our rain chances will increase with a chance for scattered t-storms on Thursday.

Our best bet for rainfall will come Friday as a cold front approaches.

Behind the cold front we’ll have cooler weather for the weekend.

The Mini is less than a week away.

The pollen count continues to be in the high range.

Temperatures will not be as chilly overnight.

A Red Flag Warning is in effect north of I-70 on Tuesday.

May will begin with highs in the 80s.

We’ll have a chance for scattered t-storms Thursday.

T-storms are likely Friday.

We’ll have a dry, cool Saturday morning.

A cold front will usher in cooler temperatures this weekend.

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