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Indiana soaks in the summer heat this week


The night extends the warmth of the day, mostly clear with lows in the mid 70s. A soft southern breeze adds a touch of balminess to the evening air.


The day heats up quickly under sunny skies, escalating to the mid-90s. Expect the air to feel heavier as humidity clings closely, pushing heat indices near the 100-degree mark. Clouds may gather by afternoon, setting the stage for isolated to scattered thunderstorms, though only a 30% chance. Winds will be gentle from the south-southwest around 5 to 10 mph.


As dusk falls, so does the chance for thunderstorms, mostly before 8 PM. The night remains mostly cloudy and humid, with temperatures softly cradled in the mid-70s. The southerly winds continue to whisper at 5 to 10 mph.


Another sultry day with highs soaring to the lower 90s. The skies partly cloud over but allow plenty of sunshine, mingling with a 20% chance of afternoon storms. Winds from the south bring a mild relief at 5 to 10 mph.


The day’s warmth lingers into the night with mostly cloudy skies and lows in the mid-70s. Winds taper off, setting a serene stage for the evening.


The celebration of Juneteenth sees temperatures peak near 94 degrees. It’s partly sunny and remains intensely warm, with only a light breeze from the south around 5 mph.


Partly cloudy with an evening calm, the night’s lows hover in the low 70s.


Summer officially begins with a sizzle as temperatures ascend to the mid-90s. The skies are mostly sunny, heralding the season’s onset with vibrant warmth and light southerly breezes.


Expect a partly cloudy night with lows in the mid-70s, a perfect preamble to the continued warmth.


Looking ahead, the pattern of heat persists with highs consistently in the mid-90s. Friday introduces a chance for showers as we move into the weekend, potentially cooling the scorching temps slightly. Saturday and Sunday also promise some cloud cover and possible precipitation, offering a brief respite from the relentless heat as we prepare for another sultry week.

In the face of such warmth, remember to hydrate and find shade. This week’s heat isn’t just a wave; it’s a tide, rolling in with history and season changes, from Father’s Day through to the official start of summer.