Hot and Stormy at Times - Live Doppler 13 Weather Blog

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Angela Buchman

The official high in Indianapolis on Tuesday was 92 degrees and it was the 4th 90 degree day in a row. We are forecasting one more 90 degree day on Wednesday.

Even with high temperatures in the middle and upper 80s Thursday through Sunday, it will still feel like 90 to 95 degrees thanks to the high humidity.

Scattered storms are forecast to develop with the heat of the day on Wednesday. It won't rain all day, but the storm coverage will be higher. This means a few more pockets of heavy rain and a few more storms on Live Doppler 13 Radar. If you have outdoor plans, check the Live Doppler 13 Weather app to track the storms.

The Fourth of July won't be a washout either, but there will be afternoon and early evening storms possible. Afternoon high temperatures will be in the upper 80s. The storms will start to diminish, as the sun sets Thursday evening. This means most of the fireworks will be a go Thursday night.

The long holiday weekend will continue with the same weather pattern. Forecast highs are in the middle and upper 80s. There is a daily storm chance through at least Saturday.