Heat keeps coming back this September
Wednesday was a beautiful day across Michiana, with low humidity, sunshine, and highs in the 70s.
However, Mother Nature is far from done with summer, with the 80s and possibly the 90s returning once again to the area for the second half of September.
Highs will climb into the 80s by the weekend, with temperatures in the 90s a real possibility on Sunday and especially on Monday.
South Bend's average last 90 degree day occurs at the very end of August. However, 9 out of the last 10 years have seen the 90s last into at least September.
Any 90 degree temperature during the second half of September is significant. In fact, the modern record was just set in 2017 with four 90-degree days on/after September 15.
Regardless of whether or not thermometers touch 90 next week, above-normal temperatures are clearly not leaving Michiana anytime soon.