Indy's Hottest Day In Nearly A Year

Sean Ash

A fascinating Sunday as a heavy storm complex traveled just west of I-65... delivering locally heavy rain and pockets of tree damage. This complex began near the Minnesota/Canadian border Saturday night and is still going over 800 miles later.

This comes on Indy's hottest day in nearly year with a high 94 marking the city's hottest since July 14, 2018. Combined with dewpoints well into the 70s, the oppressive Muggy Meter delivered heat indices near/above 100.

Additional localized storms remain possible overnight into early Monday morning. But the main weather story in Central Indiana on the first day of July will be highs near 90 and heat indices back near 100.

Storm odds remain low Monday/Tuesday before afternoon/evening coverage expands Wednesday-Saturday (50% or greater during peak heating). It's too soon to narrow-down location of storms for the 4th of July, but we do expect some storms on radar Thursday - Sean Ash