From near-record warmth Saturday to falling temperatures Sunday

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. --Good Saturday evening! It's been an unseasonably warm day with temperatures at near-record levels this afternoon. The temperature climbed to 79 degrees in Indy with a strong southwest wind. The record for the day is 81 degrees from 1922.

Tonight expect lows in the low 60s (which is our average high temperature for this time of year). We'll have a partly cloudy sky and light west, southwest winds.


Sunday will bring temperatures at near 70 degrees in Indy before a cold front moves through in the afternoon. Expect falling temperatures to the low 60s to upper 50s late day with breezy north winds and a few showers around. Lightning will be a threat with some of the activity up north. In general, rainfall amounts will be light.




Halloween will bring mild weather with highs in the upper 60s and low 70s with morning fog. We'll see a mostly sunny to partly cloudy sky in the afternoon. If you do trick-or-treat on Monday evening, plan on temperatures in the mid-60s at sunset with dry conditions.


Near-record warmth is once again expected next Tuesday and Wednesday. Highs will be near 80 degrees both days. The record-high temperature for next Tuesday is 81 degrees from 1950. The record high for Wednesday is 78 degrees from 1961.

Showers will move in late Wednesday evening into Thursday with our next cold front. Temperatures will dip to the mid-60s by the end of next week. ---Danielle Dozier



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