More 90s are in the forecast, and if the trend continues, we could go down in the record books! Today will mark the 11th day in a row of 90 degree temps.
Top 10 occurrences of more than 10 consecutive days with Maximum Temperature 90 degrees F or higher.
Rank # Days End Date
1 19 8/26/1936
2 18 7/30/1901
3 15 7/17/1936
4 14 8/13/2007
5 14 7/24/1983
6 14 7/20/1980
7 14 7/ 6/1966
8 13 8/30/1983
9 13 7/31/1940
10 12 8/21/1995
Today will be the eleventh day in a row that Indianapolis hits the 90 degree mark. Highs will top out in the low to mid 90s with increasing clouds and 10% chance of a pop up shower or thunderstorm. Most spots will stay absolutely dry. It will be sticky with dew points in the 60s… it’s going to be yucky, but not as miserable as last week.
Overnight, Central Indiana stays sticky as lows drop to the low 70s.
Thursday, get ready for highs in the mid to upper 90s. Again, a 10% chance of a pop up shower or thunderstorm is possible. It will feel closer to 110 degrees with the humidity.
Our best shot at rain arrives Friday and Saturday.
For the Brickyard 400, there’s a 20% chance of an isolated shower or storm.