Temperature records broken for May 11
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Record-setting warmth was in place Wednesday for some spots across the state.
It all started with very warm overnight lows. Indianapolis had a low of 72 degrees, which was 3 degrees above the previous record-warmest low.
Beside Indianapolis, multiple locations in the state also had record-warm overnight lows. South Bend and Bloomington each had low temperatures at 71 degrees. South Bend’s record was over 120 years old.
To follow up the warm morning on Wednesday, Indiana also had some record-high temperatures reached in the afternoon.
For Indianapolis, the record high for the day was tied at 89 degrees. South Bend eclipsed its record high of 88 degrees, adding on to their broken morning record.
Multiple spots in Indiana did, in fact, reach 90 degrees on Wednesday.