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Racers and spectators will have to prepare for hot and steamy conditions for the 2018 Indianapolis 500, which is set to take place Sunday, May 27.
This Memorial Day holiday weekend will definitely feel like summer in Indianapolis.
The steamy air that soared across Indiana to start the holiday weekend will hold through Sunday.
Thunderstorms will become even more scarce on Sunday than on Saturday. Anyone at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway will instead have to contend with the hottest weather of the racing weekend.
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Temperatures are expected to challenge Sunday's long-standing record high of 94 from 1911. Amid sunshine and the continued humid conditions, AccuWeather RealFeel® Temperatures may reach the century mark.
Spectators should be sure to spend time in the shade, apply sunscreen often and stay well hydrated in the heat.
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Some relief is on the way to the hard-hit Indian state of Kerala, where thousands have been rescued from the deadly flooding.
A sweep of cooler air in the central United States will be preceded by disruptive downpours and locally strong thunderstorms into the start of the new week.
Residents of western Japan are being put on alert for strengthening Typhoon Soulik to pose serious threats to lives and property Tuesday into Wednesday. Dangers may also spread to South Korea.
In the distant footsteps of Hurricane Hector, Major Hurricane Lane is forecast to take a similar path just south of the Big Island of Hawaii next week.
Residents across parts of the United Kingdom will want to keep wellies and brollies handy as Ernesto sweeps rain through this weekend.
Wet weather continued to wreak havoc across parts of the northeastern United States this week while a major bridge collapse killed dozens amid severe storms in Italy.
Autumn will feel like a continuation of summer across much of Germany as above-normal temperatures prevail well into October.
After a warmer-than-normal summer for much of the United Kingdom, mild air will continue into the autumn season.