Hot and dry weather continues
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Well above average temperatures continues much of this week, with very limited rain chances over the extended forecast period.
Quiet weather for the day, with slightly cooler, but still very warm temperatures for this time of year. Some smoke from wildfires raging in Quebec will likely hover overhead today – making for a little more vibrant sunrise and sunset. The bright blue sky will also be a bit muted.
Highs top out in the mid/upper 80s this afternoon.
With dry air in place and a northwest flow, temperatures should be a bit cooler and more comfortable overnight. Lows fall to the mid/upper 50s.
Quiet and warm start to the work week. Highs will reach the middle 80s.
A weak cold front will drag in from the north. There is a slight chance for a shower Tuesday afternoon/evening. With already dry air in place, along with a reinforcing shot of drier air behind the front, precipitation will be very limited.
Highs top out in the low/mid 80s.
8 day forecast:
Cooler temperatures settle in for the middle/end of the week, with highs a bit closer to the seasonal normal. Rain chances a slim to none through at least the start of the weekend. Some hints of an storm system moving in as early as Saturday night/Sunday, but too far out to be confident on the “if” and “when”.