Archive for February, 2013
Bundle up this weekend, temps will have a hard time reaching the low 30s, but a big warm up is on the way.
Highs will only reach the upper 20s today with a mix of sun and clouds, and a chance of flurries.
Tonight temps fall into the teens with partly cloudy skies. It will be a very cold start to your Sunday morning.
By Sunday we should barely hit the freezing mark, but Monday looks much warmer with a high around 50. Rain will develop Monday afternoon, and by Tuesday morning a rain/snow mix may be possible very early in the day.
If you love snow… keep your eyes on Thursday night into Friday morning, as of right now, it looks like some accumulation is possible.
This will be a cold weekend with flurries and highs in the 20s on Saturday. Sunshine will nudge highs into the 30s on Sunday.
A big warm-up into the 50s comes with rain on President’s Day and rain changes to snow Monday night into Tuesday. More snow is likely late Thursday and Friday.
Snow bursts will move through Central and Northern Indiana over the next few hours, but we’ll also see some sunshine at times. A coating of snow is possible, but with temps topping out in the mid to upper 30s, roads should be more wet than white.
We’ll also have breezy winds. After hitting 50 yesterday, today’s highs in the 30s will are a rude reminder that winter isn’t over.
It gets even colder tomorrow, with scattered flurries possible and a 4pm temp of 27 and a 5pm high of just 28.
If you’re hoping for another warm-up, you won’t have to wait long. President’s Day Monday we could hit 50 (though we’ll also see PM rain).
We cool back down Tuesday with any leftover rain ending as some light snow. We also have a possible wintry mix on Thursday that could end Friday as some light accumulation. We’ll have to watch the end of next week.
Enjoy your Friday and have a great holiday weekend!
Scattered snow showers are possible today as temps remain cool in the low to mid 30s with wind chills in the 20s. We’re not expecting any accumulation.
Tonight temps fall to the teens and low 20s with cloudy skies. A few flurries are possible.
Flurries remain in the forecast Saturday as highs reach the upper 20s.
Sunshine is back Sunday as temps struggle to reach the freezing mark.
Our forecast warms up Monday with highs close to 50 degrees. As the temps go up, so do rain chances. Rain will be likely the later we head into the afternoon and evening. As of right now, we’re watching for the precip to change to a wintry mix into Tuesday.
Want snow? Keep your eyes on next Thursday… we could be watching a developing system then.
We’ll have rain changing to snow Monday night and continuing into Tuesday. Another chance for a rain snow mix comes Thursday.
A cold front moves across Indiana on Friday bringing colder air and light snow. Snow ends Saturday and highs will be near freezing this weekend.
Most of Central Indiana will stay dry today, but a few areas south of I-70 in will see a little rain or a rain/snow mix this morning.
Highs will reach the mid 40s with a mix of sun and clouds over the majority of our viewing area.
Tonight we’re dry with partly cloudy skies and temps falling to about 30 degrees.
Valentine’s Day looks mild but windy. Highs will reach nearly 50 degrees with winds gusting up to 35mph.
Friday we could see light snow showers that linger with flurries into Saturday. Get ready to bundle up with temps in the teens and 20s!
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Clouds will reach central Indiana and as skies clear temperatures will warm into the 40s and stay in the 40s for Valentine’s Day.
Make the most of it, because we will see an Arctic blast over the weekend. Light snow is likely late Friday through Saturday.
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