A record high temperature of 96 degrees was set in Indianapolis on Tuesday.
Indiana’s average temperature was more than three degrees higher than average, making it the second hottest year since 1871.
According to the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, only four of every five jobs promised has materialized over the last year.
Wednesday's Powerball jackpot is currently at an estimated $550 million, but experts says the odds of winning are one in 175 million.
Indiana University enrolled 87 more students than last fall, but the total number of credits students are taking decreased.
Most of central Indiana needs a half foot of rainfall just to get back to normal - or around a foot of rain in some places to erase the deficit for the year.
Temperatures could rise to 96 degrees Sunday, breaking a century-old record.
The Indiana Farm Bureau shows prices have increased 3 percent from last quarter and broken a record set in 2008.
The March heat wave looks to be an anomaly to normal weather patterns.