The 90s have become the norm this summer, and even warmer air is on the way.
Saturday was the 34th time we’ve hit 90 degrees or warmer. We’ll add many more days to that tally in the coming week. The record for the most 90 degree days was set back in 1983 with 58. We’ll more than likely come close to, if not beat that number this year!
Highs will reach the mid 90s today with partly cloudy skies. There’s a 10% chance of an isolated shower or storm, especially in our Northern viewing area. Most spots will stay absolutely dry, so don’t count on rain.
Tonight, temps drop to the low 70s with partly cloudy skies.
Monday, the heat is on. Highs will reach the upper 90s, but feel like 100 to 105 thanks to the humidity. The day looks dry with a chance of showers and storms late Monday night.
The mid 90s stick around for the rest of the work week with a 30-40% chance of showers and storms through Thursday. Some storms may be strong to severe, so check back with the forecast often!
Isolated showers and storms may remain Friday and Saturday, we’ll keep an eye on the rain chances that won’t be drought busting, but will help Central Indiana.