INDIANAPOLIS -- With snow falling in central Indiana, many counties have issued travel advisories.
Hamilton, Hancock, Henry, Shelby, Decatur, Bartholomew, and Brown counties are under a yellow advisory, while Rush County is under a orange watch advisory.
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Pleasant weather Sunday, showers and thunderstorms return early in the week followed by extreme heat.
Some parts of central Indiana have received a lot of rain this week.
We've already hit 90° ten times this year, and there looks to be more in our future.
Abnormally dry conditions have spread into much of central Indiana.
Summer officially arrives this month, but with the heat of May it's really felt like summer started several weeks ago.
The National Weather Service in Indianapolis says May 2018 will go in the books as the hottest May on record.