String of 90 Degree Days Ended

90 degree streak ends at 14 Days


The temperature reached a high of 85 on Tuesday (August 14).  This ends the streak of 90 degrees or more days at 14.

The last time Indianapolis had 14 consecutive days of 90 degrees or higher was during July 1983.  Fourteen or more consecutive days with highs of at least 90 is a rare occurrence.  Since records began for the Indianapolis area back in 1871, there have only been 6 other instances where such a streak occurred.

 

The all time record for most days of 90 or better in the Indianapolis area is 19 consecutive days, during the blistering hot month of August 1936.

See the second table below for other high temperature highlights and when they last occurred.

The following table lists the longer number of consecutive days of 90 degree temperatures and occurrence at Indianapolis.  

Consecutive 90 Degree Days

 Occurrence

14

July 31-August 13, 2007
Previous: July 11 - 24,1983, July 7 - 20, 1980, June 23 - July 6, 1966

15

July 3 - 17, 1936

18

July 13 - 30, 1901

19

August 8 - 26, 1936

Maximum Temperature

Last Occurrence

96

August 12, 2007
Previous: August 8, 2002

99

July 30, 1999

102

August 16, 1988

103

July 15, 1988

104

July 14, 1954

106

July 14, 1936

107

July 25, 1934



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