Our near-record warmth continues Wednesday before rain arrives

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With a high of 79 degrees, Tuesday was the second warmest temperature recorded, past Halloween, in Indianapolis history. The city was just two degrees away from a record high temperature set in 1950. We'll have one more warm day on Wednesday when we are forecast to tie the record high of 78 degrees from 1961. A cold front move this way Wednesday night and bring a round of rain and t-storms. Rain will continue through Thursday morning with skies clearing Thursday afternoon. We'll find it cooler behind our next weather system with highs in the 60s through the weekend.


High were near 80 on Tuesday.


Tuesday was 22nd day of the fall season with a high of at least 80 degrees.


We'll have an unseasonably warm Wednesday.


We may tie the record high Tuesday afternoon.


Clouds will build late Tuesday but the rain will stay west.


Rain will move into central Indiana Wednesday evening.


Rain will continue through Thursday morning.


Up to a half-inch of rain is likely with our next weather system.


Sunshine and cooler air will settle in Friday and stay through the weekend.


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