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Indy sees 2nd-warmest fall on record

Posted at 8:06 AM, Nov 30, 2016

There’s been no shortage of warmth to go around this fall.  November alone brought in 13 days with highs at or above 60 degrees.

While fall technically continues until Dec. 21, the National Weather Service actually calls the season closed with the end of November.

As it stands, fall 2016 will go in the books as the second warmest on record for Indianapolis. That’s thanks to an average temperature of 60.3 degrees. 

1931 holds the warmest fall season, with an average temperature of 61.3 degrees. 

And remember last year? Yeah, it was a warm fall too: 2015 comes in at number 9 on the list of warmest autumns in Indianapolis.

As we turn the page to December, our temperatures seem ready to fall in line.  Highs return to the 40s Thursday through next Monday.