The rare October air continues today after breaking an all-time high temperature record for the month of October hitting 92° yesterday afternoon in Indianapolis. The previous record was 91 from October 8, 2007.
We are still on track to break another daily high temperature record today with a forecast of 91. The standing record for today is 89 from 1953.
Temperatures will be touch cooler closer to the cold front in the northern part of the state under a cloud deck. Highs range from the mid to upper 80s to areas north of I-70 this afternoon.
We'll see some increased cloud cover this evening as the frontal boundary approaches to the north -- while a stray shower is possible, most of the area remains dry.
Thursday will bring noticeably "not as hot" air. It will still be warm with temperatures beginning near 70 and topping out in the lower 80s.
As the actual front passes through the state, we'll have increased clouds through the morning and into the early afternoon.
The sky clears in the afternoon and evening as much cooler air settles in.
HERE COMES FALL!
Behind the cold front temperatures will actually be below average starting Friday and through the weekend.
Many spots will fall into the 40s by Friday morning!
Look for unseasonably COOL temps through the weekend and into the start of next week.
A brief shower chance of Sunday but overall the pattern remains dry.