Wow! A cool, crisp morning is a sign that we won’t warm up too much today. In fact, our high of 71 means that we will be only 1 degree above the coldest high temperature for the date in Indy history, which was 70 back in 1987!
Though much of today and Wednesday are dry, instability clouds and spotty showers will develop under the cold air aloft and jet stream trough responsible the taste of fall.
Look for a pretty quiet week ahead with slow warming and highs returning to the low 80s this weekend. Have a great day! Chuck Lofton
|n This Date in Central Indiana Weather History……|
|1936 : Indianapolis…the high temperature reached 103 degrees. This marks the 9th consecutive day the temperature reached 100 degrees, which is the longest such stretch in city history.|