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Unseasonably warm temps continue a bit longer

The month of September has been flip-flopped, with cooler than normal temperatures in the beginning of the month, and now a long stretch of above normal temperatures at the end of the month. The past four days have been at least 90 degrees, but 84% of the time, there is not even one 90 degree day during the second half of September (15th-30th). Therefore, having a four-day stretch of 90 degree days at this time of the month is unlikely, and it has only happened two other times in history.

High pressure still remains over Michiana, but a cold front is pushing nearer over the next couple of days. In the mean time, skies will stay mostly sunny through Tuesday, and temperatures will be in the upper 80s. The front will move through Tuesday night bringing rain overnight, and on Wednesday, temperatures will fall off into the mid 70s, as cooler air pushes in behind the cold front.

Tonight: Clear. Low of 64.

Monday: Mostly sunny. High of 89.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny becoming partly cloudy. Highs in the upper 80s.

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