INDIANAPOLIS — With a cooler, dry, fall-like airmass across the state, no new records are expected today. Last year, we broke our daily rainfall record. The record now sits at 2.07″ of rainfall.

  • Record high temperature: 93° (2017)
  • Record low temperature: 37° (1999)
  • Record rainfall: 2.07″ (2021)

On this date back in 1908, measurable rain finally fell in Indianapolis. This would end the 39 consecutive days of dry weather. That is a city record for the longest dry stretch.

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