Central Indiana Weather Forecast: Breezy Today, Highs Near 90 This Week

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Indianapolis, IN – Breezy conditions will dominate central Indiana today following a cold front that passed through last night. 

According to the US National Weather Service Indianapolis, dry air moving southward will bring mainly sunny skies for the next few days. Today’s high temperatures will range from 78 to 82 degrees, with warm and breezy conditions prevailing.

On Monday, residents can expect mostly sunny but cooler weather, with temperatures dropping to highs between 70 and 74 degrees and lows between 52 and 56 degrees. Tuesday will continue the trend of cooler weather, featuring thin high clouds at times. Highs will range from 76 to 80 degrees, with lows between 45 and 50 degrees.

By Wednesday, temperatures will rise significantly, with highs reaching between 84 and 88 degrees. The day will be warmer with a few thin high clouds, bringing back the summer warmth central Indiana residents are accustomed to.

This period of clear and sunny weather provides an excellent opportunity for outdoor activities. However, residents should be prepared for the temperature fluctuations throughout the week. Stay tuned to local weather updates for any changes to the forecast.

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