Tracking near-record warmth this weekend


We may be well into fall, but temperatures are feeling much more summer-like this weekend. Highs today broke into the lower 80s this afternoon, which is more than 10 degrees above Indy’s average high in the upper 60s! Lows tonight may even hang around those upper 60s, which is close to 20 degrees above average on this end of the day!

The chance for rain is also on hold with higher pressure in control. A warm front moves through overnight though and that will usher us back into a strong southerly flow. Winds will kick-up in the morning with gusts up to 25 MPH later in the day. The stronger wind flow will help temperatures rise into the mid to potentially upper 80s tomorrow afternoon! Humidity will increase also with a stickier feel to the air. We’ll be on record watcher later in the day; the record high is 88° set back in 2010!

We will start the workweek with 80s before a cold front arrives Monday night. Showers and storms will be possible late in the day Monday and linger into Tuesday morning. We will have an eye on a severe weather threat as these storms roll through, so you will want to check back tomorrow for more details. Even with the cool down following storms, temperatures will be trend above normal for mid-October.

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