Triple digits should be limited to the Indy area, and places south today. A cold front sunk into the northern third of the state late Thursday, and it could spark scattered showers and storms over the northern half of Indiana in the afternoons and evenings, now through the weekend. The coverage of the storms would only be about 20 or 30 percent of the area, but IF you get under one…it could be severe.
Because of the nearby front, there will be a wider spread in temps from north to south today. North of Indianapolis a Heat Advisory reflects highs in the upper 90s. From Indy southward, still a shot at the Triple Digits, and so an Excessive Heat Warning is in place. I think highs at least in the mid 90s are a safe bet through the Fourth Of July. At least.