September Sizzle

Sean Ash

Thanks to sunshine and a the passage of a warm front, it's noticeably warmer and more humid in Central Indiana.

Temperatures easily climbed into the 80s... a good 10-15° warmer than Sunday afternoon.

This is just the beginning of a mult-day stretch of above average high temperatures that lingers into Friday afternoon. This is quite the contrast to tempeatures over the past week.

The Muggy Meter also ranges from uncomfortable to oppressive in the coming days too as dewpoints near 70°.

As a result, heat indices peak-out near 100 at times and this air mass is evident to our southwest already.

Rain chances remain slim to none with our next best shot arriving with a cool front Friday afternoon/evening.

This front brings some relief this upcoming weekend before a resurgence of above normal warmth looking likely next week.

90° days are not uncommon in September and in fact Indianapolis had 8 such days last September.