INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - It is a very foggy day today and please be careful out there. Much of Indiana is under a Dense Fog Advisory until 9 am and visibility readings have dropped to zero in many spots. Still, once the fog burns off it will be an outstanding day and most of the week will be warm, dry and memorable.
Daily record highs will continue to be rivaled into Friday afternoon. At that time Indianapolis will set a record for consecutive days in the 60s before March 1st (8 straight to break old record of 7 set in 1930), most days in the 60s before March (14 breaking old record of 13 set in 1880), and most days in the 60s during February (9 to break old record of 8 set in 1976).
With a front moving through on Friday we will see big temperature drops and possibly some precipitation, maybe even flurries Friday afternoon.