Temperatures continue to climb back to summer levels

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After a couple of cool days and nights, temperatures will continue to slowly climb back to late-summer levels this week. Today, we ended up with temperatures in the low 70s, which was an improvement from the high of 66°F on Monday. As you can see above, temperatures will start to slide quickly again this evening under clear skies.

FCST_Low_TempsTONIGHT: The overnight hours will be cool and quiet yet again. High pressure continues to influence our forecast and keep things clear. Indianapolis will fall to 49°, so just a touch warmer than Tuesday morning. The outlying areas will see lows ranging from 45-48°F.

TOMORROW_PLANNERWEDNESDAY: Would you like some more sunshine? Well, you got it! Wednesday will be another day with barely a cloud in the sky. Winds will remain low and temperatures will climb back to seasonal levels. Indianapolis should climb to 76° for a day that is relatively “normal” for this time of year.

EXTENDED: A few more high, thin clouds should arrive on Thursday and the warm up will continue. Skies will be mostly sunny and we should see temperatures topping out around 78°F. Dew points continue to be slow, so you don’t need to worry about a humid or sticky forecast. Friday and Saturday will be two more sunny days with temperatures near 80°. High pressure will still have a good grip on our area resulting in two more ideal days. Skies turn partly cloudy by Sunday but it will be another rain-free and warm day.