Temperatures remain above normal for next seven days

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Heat, heat, heat and some more heat for central Indiana.  No sign of fall-like temperatures in the next seven days.

There is a small chance for a shower over the northern third of Indiana to start the second half of the weekend.  There is a complex of showers that is crossing the Mississippi River in to Illinois late Saturday night.

Computer model projection of radar/satellite imagery Sunday morning.

Some computer models suggest the area of rain will move east/southeast in to northern Indiana Sunday morning.  It will begin running in to drier air the further southeast it travels.  I can’t rule out the chance for rain drops along and north of a line from New Castle to Crawfordsville.  I don’t think the rain will make it further south.

Sunday high temperature forecast.

Otherwise, temperatures will be warmer Sunday as compared to Sunday when the temperature topped out at 83° in Indianapolis.

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