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Live Doppler 13 Weather Blog for July 23, 2023

Live Doppler 13 Weather Blog for July 23, 2023

INDIANAPOLIS – A weak wave will move through central Indiana today and trigger scattered storms – there will be mainly dry hours today between 2pm and 6pm, so keep your outdoor plans and be sure to keep an eye on radar if a storm develops near you. Afternoon highs will be seasonally in the mid-80s.


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Once the sun starts to set and we lose the heat of the day after 6pm, skies will start to clear this evening. Look for mostly clear skies overnight, falling into the low 60s.


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A warm dome developing across the southwestern US will gradually push eastward, increasing our temperatures throughout the week starting tomorrow. This type of pattern is called a “ring of fire” because the strong area of ​​high pressure generates a significant amount of heat and very little movement. Central Indiana will continue to be surrounded by this heat dome with occasional thunderstorm activity.


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Look for highs near 90 tomorrow with pop-up storms in the afternoon – mainly between 2 and 6 p.m.


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Temperatures will climb into the low-mid 90s by midweek, with heat indices climbing into the 100s. The “muggy meter” will also return to the uncomfortable zone for most of the week. Although the chance of widespread rain is low, this type of pattern will continue into late next week with afternoon pop-up showers and storms.


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Long-range climate models do not agree when this heat dome ends. At this point, above average temperatures are likely next weekend.


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