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Slightly warmer today


Weather Forecaster Daniel Johnson

After a chilly start to July with highs in the upper 60s, temperatures look to be back on the rise! Highs today will top out in the mid 70s with a mix of sunshine and clouds. I still cannot rule out a very spotty shower or sprinkle during the afternoon and evening hours, however most people, if not everyone, will remain dry. We’ll enjoy more sunshine on Friday with highs in the lower 80s.

Computer models are starting to indicate a better chance for rain on Saturday. Right now, it appears that we’ll see highs in the upper 70s with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing. We may catch a spotty shower or thunderstorm again on Sunday before we dry out on Monday. Highs will be in the lower 80s going into next week.


Daniel’s Indianapolis 5 Day Forecast:

Thursday: A mix of clouds and sunshine with a spotty shower possible. High: 75
Thursday night: Partly cloudy skies. Low: 61
Friday: Clear to partly cloudy and very nice! High: 83
Independence Day: Partly sunny with scattered showers and storms. Low: 64 | High: 78
Sunday: Partly cloudy with a spotty shower or storm possible. Low: 63 | High: 82
Monday: A mix of sunshine and clouds. Low: 63 | High: 83

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