A heat advisory was in effect for Sunday's Indianapolis 500.
The advisory began on Saturday at noon and was cancelled around 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
The temperature increased to 91 degrees Sunday afternoon but this was not recording breaking for the date or the Indianapolis 500.
The record for the hottest Indianapolis 500 was 94 degrees in 1911.
But the heat isn't over, temperatures will once again climb into the low 90s on Monday, Memorial Day.
If you are outdoors, it is important to apply proper sun screen and stay hydrated throughout the day.
If you are planning to spend long hours outside, it is advised to wear light, loose-fitting clothing.
To avoid heat exhaustion, it is recommended to take frequent rest breaks in shaded or air conditioned environments.