STATEWIDE–High temperatures will reach into the 80s across Indiana all throughout next week, according to the National Weather Service.
“Tuesday and Wednesday should be our warmest days with highs in the upper 80s, potentially even approaching some records for the time of year. We may even see some 90-degree readings sneaking into portions of central Indiana. It will be a shock to the system for some folks, especially with some of the warm weather we’ve seen here over the last few days,” said Joe Nield, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis.
Nield does urge you to watch out for flooding in some areas because some places in Indiana have received an inch of rain or more.
“We think there will be minor flooding in the Wabash Valley and lower portions of the White River Valley over the next few days. Just be aware if you see high water that you need to turn around and don’t drown,” said Nield.
Even though this can change, Nield doesn’t think rain will return until the end of the week.
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