Dangerous heat and humidity levels for Monday; storms set to return

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(Aug. 25, 2014) - Another sticky, steamy and hazy start for the Circle City this morning but we remain dry.

Expect some of the hottest air of the season today...if not, the hottest with dry conditions holding and plenty of sunshine to drive our temperatures upward.  So far, our hottest official temperature for Indianapolis this summer has been 88°...we could bypass this later today.

Along with the sunshine, dew points remain very uncomfortable creating higher humidity levels.  This combination could be quite dangerous for working outdoors between noon and 5 p.m.  The forecast heat index should have us in the 90s for most of the afternoon:

Storm chances will begin to return tomorrow and go up for the rest of the work week.  These storms like last week could produce very heavy, local rains ranging from 1" to 3"...check out the extended forecast below:

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