Very Warm End of May and Start to June at Indianapolis

Temperatures for the 8 day period from May 29 through June 5 are expected to be the warmest in 69 years!  This will also be the warmest 8 day period so early in the year for the last 69 years.

After a cool start to the Memorial Day weekend, temperatures warmed up quickly on Sunday and will remain much above normal through June 5.   Slightly cooler temperatures are projected after June 5.

 

Typically the average temperature for the May 29 through June 5 periods is 67.9 degrees.  Current projections indicate the Indianapolis area will average 11 degrees above normal for this 8 day period.

 

Indianapolis Area Extremes
Highest Average Average Temperature degrees F
For the 8 Day Period of: May 29 - June 5
Years: 1871-2011

Rank  Value  Ending Date
  1    81.4    6/ 5/1895
  2    81.3    6/ 5/1942
  3    80.4    6/ 5/1871
  4    79.4    6/ 5/1934
  5    78.9    6/ 5/2011  projected
  6    77.9    6/ 5/1925
  7    77.3    6/ 5/1919
  8    77.2    6/ 5/1918
  9    77.0    6/ 5/2010
 10    76.9    6/ 5/1874
 11    76.4    6/ 5/1890

 

Normal 67.9    1970-2000


Indianapolis Area Extremes
Highest Average Average Temperature degrees F
For an 8 day period so Early in the Year ending June 5.
Years: 1871-2011

Please note only the highest 8 day period is shown for a particular year.


Rank  Value  Ending Date
  1    81.6    6/ 4/1895
  2    81.3    6/ 5/1942
  3    80.4    6/ 5/1871
  4    79.4    6/ 5/1934,  6/ 1/1918
  6    78.9    6/ 5/2011   projected



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