Scattered t-storms will soon bring a break from the heat

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Indianapolis is in the middle of a long streak of above average temperatures. Our warm summer continued today with a high of 90 degrees. An approaching storm system will bring chance for t-storms for the next two days. After the front passes will enjoy a brief cool down. Expect less humid weather this weekend before the heat and higher humidity return early next week.

update

June and July have been warmer than average.

ABOVE 70

Our streak of temperatures above 70 degrees has now reached nine days.

90s

We've already exceeded last summer's total number of 90-degree days.

RPM1

Scattered t-storms are likely Thursday.

RPM2

Scattered t-storms are likely Friday.

4-Day QPF

Heavy rain is likely over the next two days.

Regional Front Map1

A few showers are possible early Saturday.

Regional Front Map2

Sunny skies will prevail Sunday.

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