Tonight: Mostly clear skies throughout the night in east central Indiana. Lows stick on the warmer side, almost 20 degrees warmer than last night. Winds from the south.
Tomorrow: We make a run at 80 degrees tomorrow, and at the record for that matter. Mostly clear skies through the day and southerly winds consistently blowing from 10-15 mph, making tomorrow breezy. Lows jump into the high-50s.
7-Day: The heat wave continues through the week, even with rain chances Wednesday night. Friday takes another run at the record, scrapign the 80s again to finish off the week. Rain chances come back that night, and continue into the weekend. Sunday sees a cold front with a band of precipitation, bringing temperatures back into the low 60s and 50s to start off next week.
--Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Oliver Moster
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