While it has been unseasonably cool this week, a gradual warming trend continues into the middle of next week. The first 17 days of July have marked the coolest July since 1960. Temperatures were running from 10 to 15 degrees below normal.
There is an upper level system that could bring a few sprinkles in our east central viewing area today, otherwise, it will be partly sunny with a high near 80.
It will be partly cloudy and cool tonight with temperatures falling to near 60 degrees – another great night to open the windows. It will be a great night for the Indy Eleven game this evening.
It will be mostly sunny Sunday with temperatures climbing into the low 80s. Winds will be light out of the northeast with another small chance of light rain in our east central viewing area.
The heat and humidity crank up by Monday, with temperatures soaring into the upper 80s.
The hot conditions stick around through Wednesday. A cold front will arrive on Wednesday, bringing our next best chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms.
The front will bring cooler conditions into the weekend.
ON THIS DATE IN INDIANA WEATHER HISTORY:
2002: Greenfield had nearly 4.25” of rain, causing a roof to collapse.