Archive for October, 2010
A few isolated showers or thunderstorms are possible today as highs hit the upper 70s across Central Indiana. For the most part, we’ll see a mix of sun and clouds.
Tonight, rain and storm chances build. Lows drop to the low 60s, the winds pick up to gusts of 30mph after midnight. Scattered showers and t-storms are expected late tonight into midday Tuesday. Some storms may be on the strong side with gusty winds. The widespread rain will be triggered by a cold front moving through the state. Heavy rain will be possible in isolated t-storms. Once that passes, we’re on our way to dry weather again.
Temperatures drop to the upper 50s for highs by the end of the week!
Highs today will hit the low to mid 70s in Central Indiana with mostly cloudy skies. A spotty shower or thunderstorm will be possible. Some storms that pop will contain a brief heavy rain, and gusty winds. West Central Indiana is under a slight risk for severe storms.
Overnight, spotty showers or thunderstorms are possible as lows drop to around 60 degrees. Not everyone will get rain, so keep in mind that everything will be very scattered.
Monday, the chance for showers and t-storms increases the later we head into the afternoon. Highs will push close to 80 degrees!
The best chance for soaking rain moves in late Monday night through midday Tuesday. A strong cold front will push through the state bringing scattered showers and storms. Some storms may be strong with wind gusts up to 40mph.
Check out the extended forecast for the big cool down coming our way!
Highs today will reach the low to mid 70s with mostly cloudy skies. An isolated sprinkle or quick shower is possible. Today will not be a washout! A Red Flag Warning is posted this afternoon for most of Central Indiana because humidity will remain low, and the wind will start to pick up. So, please use extra care.
Overnight, temps remain mild in the mid 50s with mostly cloudy skies.
Sunday, we’ll see another chance for scattered showers and a few isolated t-storms. Highs will top out in the mid 70s.
The best chance for a soaking rain comes Tuesday. We may see a few strong storms then, so we’ll keep our eyes on the forecast!
Mitsubishi has engineered the world’s first online test drive
of a real car.
The vehicle is a full sized Outlander Sport, rigged to be driven via remote control.
It is called the Mitsubishi Live Drive.
Soon, they will open it up to the public.
Go to the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport site to see the video and
sign up to take an online test drive.
(Click on “Early Sign-Up Starts Now” to participate)
Maybe one day Ferrari will get on board…
Up and down… our temps seem to be taking big swings across Central Indiana, and it will be no different this week as we round out the work week.
Highs today will reach near 70 degrees with mostly sunny skies. At times, winds could gust up to 30mph.
Overnight, skies stay clear and lows drop to the low 40s with patchy frost.
Thursday, the sunshine and wind stick, but much cooler temperatures roll in. Highs will only hit the low 60s.
By Friday, we’re back to the mid 60s… but the real weather story comes this weekend!
Starting Saturday, there’s a daily chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms as highs hit the low 70s. We’re watching a developing storm system out west that will track our way, and bring us much needed rain! We’ll keep you posted as we get closer to the weekend.
David Broder writes about a talk at the Hudson Institute by Gov. Mitch Daniels which has people buzzing – yet again – about a possible 2012 run.
The rain is gone, but patchy fog has settled into Central Indiana. A dense fog advisory is in effect for most of Central Indiana until 9am. Highs today will reach the low 60s with mostly sunny skies.
Overnight, we stay dry and cool with highs lows in the upper 30s to low 40s.
Wednesday, we warm up close to 70 degrees.
We stay dry though Friday, but a chance of showers and t-storms creeps back in for the weekend.
Highs today will reach the upper 60s with increasing clouds and a chance for light rain showers. The chance for rain increases this afternoon into tonight.
Overnight, temps drop to the low 40s. We don’t expect much rain out of this system. It looks like less than a quarter of an inch is possible.
Tuesday, the sunshine returns, but we stay cool. Highs will only reach the low 60s.
We warm back up starting Wednesday… then wait for our next best chance of rain to move in for the weekend.