Indianapolis is in the middle of a late season heatwave. Tuesday’s high temperature was 92 degrees, and Wednesday’s high was 90 degrees. It was our 20th day of the year to reach a high of 90 or more. Thanks to a warm front that is draped north of the state, our summer-like heat will continue for two more days. Expect highs in the low-90s with the heat index in the mid-90s. With temperatures this extreme, be sure to bring your pets inside and double check the back seat to make sure kids are not left inside hot cars.
We’ll see a slight chance for isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms Thursday. Our best chance for rain will come Friday and a cold front approaches the state. After the front passes this weekend, we’ll have cooler temperatures and lower humidity.
Wednesday was our second 90-degree day this week.
We have 20, 90-degree days this Summer.
Highs will be in the 90s through Friday.
Be sure to double check the backseat.
So far this has been a dry month.
We’ll have a chance for isolated t-storms Thursday afternoon.
Scattered t-storms are likely ahead of a cold front Friday.
Rain will move into Indy for the evening rush hour.
Rain moves into east-central Indiana Friday evening.
Rain will begin to taper off after 7pm Friday.