The Sunday forecast is a complicated one, but at least it will be warmer. Here are the numbers from Saturday…low: 27 and high: 41.
It will be a cold Saturday night, as temperatures fall fast into the upper 20s and lower 30s by midnight. Central Indiana is under another freeze warning.
Clouds will increase after midnight and so will the temperatures, as a warm front arrives. Along that warm front, there will be a light wintry mix possible from about 4am to 10am Sunday.
There will be a few dry hours on Sunday, with highs in the middle and upper 50s. Rain chances return later in the day.
The heaviest rain and a few storms are in the forecast for later Sunday night into Monday. Here is the timeline with FutureTrak13.
It will be a soggy and stormy Monday, with highs in the 50s. We dry out and cool back into the upper 40s and lower 50s for Tuesday. After Tuesday, we track a major weather pattern change. It will be sunny and warmer of the end of the week and we get close to 70 degrees by Friday.
This is how we are going to start the weekend…freeze warning, flurries and wind chills in the teens Saturday morning.
Steadier bursts of snow might be enough to cover the ground in a few places. Saturday morning temperatures will be in the range of 24-28 degrees. This isn’t quite record cold, as the record is 18 in 1997. Wind chills will be in the teens Saturday morning.
Temperatures don’t recover much on Saturday, with highs only forecast near 40 degrees. For most of central Indiana, high temperatures on Saturday will be colder than the average low of 41 degrees.
A warm front arrives early Sunday. There is a chance for a few hours of a wintry mix Sunday morning. There will be some dry hours from about 10am to 5pm Sunday, with highs in the 50s. It will be a milder end to the weekend. Rain and storms arrive Sunday night and will linger into Monday.
There will be another dip in temperatures on Tuesday, but then we focus on a warm-up. Our weather pattern makes a big change next week, as 60s return.
It will be partly cloudy and cold overnight, with lows in the upper 20s and lower 30s. It is cold enough for most of central Indiana to be under a freeze warning. We are forecasting the next 3 nights to be below freezing.
Your Friday forecast includes more rain, sleet and snow.
These mixed showers will develop by late morning and last through Friday night. A few steadier bursts of snow are possible too. The best chance for these bursts of snow will be north and east of Indianapolis and may produce a quick coating of snow.
The weekend starts cold, with Saturday morning temperatures in the lower and middle 20s. Highs will only reach the upper 30s and lower 40s. The weekend will end milder. Expect highs 55-60 degrees on Sunday.
We are tracking another round of rain and storms for Sunday night and Monday. Highs on Monday will be in the upper 50s and lower 60s. Temperatures drop back into the upper 40s and lower 50s for a cooler Tuesday. There are signs of a weather pattern change by the middle part of next week. It looks like a warmer change.
The mixed showers will last through about sunset Thursday. A freeze warning is in effect through Friday morning and a freeze watch has already been issued for Friday night and Saturday morning.
Expect a cold start to Friday, with morning temperatures in the upper 20s and lower 30s. Rain and snow showers develop by late morning. It will be chilly all day, with highs only in the 40s.
Here is the timeline for the rain and snow showers on Friday.
A few bursts of steadier snow might be enough to cover the ground north and east of Indianapolis later Friday.
Temperatures fall back into the 20s Friday night and won’t make it out of the 30s on Saturday afternoon. The weekend will end milder, with highs in the upper 50s on Sunday. Rain chances return later in the day Sunday into Monday.
The weekend is here and the SkyTrak13 Weather Team is tracking an April chill. After a few evening showers, skies will clear Friday night and temperatures will fall into the lower and middle 30s.
Saturday will start with lots of sunshine. Clouds will build Saturday afternoon and a few afternoon showers are possible. It will be about 10 degrees cooler than the average high of 59 and windy. Expect winds WSW 20-30 mph, with gusts 40-50.
A wind advisory is in effect for those gusty winds on Saturday and we are under a freeze watch for late Saturday night through early Sunday morning. Temperatures early Sunday will dip below freezing and in the range of 25-30 degrees.
There is some brighter news for the end of the weekend. Sunday will be sunny, with highs 55 to 60 degrees. The overall weather pattern will be cooler than average and unsettled over the next 7 days. There is a chance for a few showers on Monday, rain and a few storms on Wednesday and rain and snow showers on Thursday.
The rain and storms from Thursday afternoon and evening have moved out of central Indiana. Cooler air will be the story for Friday and the weekend.
With clearing skies, temperatures will fall into the 40s overnight. We are forecasting morning sunshine and afternoon clouds on Friday, with highs 55-60 degrees. It will be a breezy day too, with winds WSW 15-25mph.
As clouds build Friday afternoon, a couple of showers are possible.
Saturday will be very similar to Friday, with morning sun and afternoon clouds. There will be the chance for a few showers Saturday afternoon, with highs only near 50 degrees. Sunday will be the milder day, with some sunshine and highs 55-60 degrees.
The line of rain and storms is moving across SE Indiana. This is how Live Doppler 13 Radar looked at 8:15pm. For what is happening now, click on Live Doppler 13 Radar on the app or at wthr.com
This line of rain and storms will move out of central Indiana by 10pm. Here is the timeline. Cooler air will be the story for Friday and the weekend.
This is what the radar looked like around 6:30pm. A few strong/severe storms are still possible and the best chance for those will be south and east of Indianapolis. Remember you can see Live Doppler 13 Radar on the SkyTrak13 Weather app or at wthr.com.
The rain and storms will move out of central Indiana by 10pm.
Rain and a few rumbles of thunder will continue through the Thursday morning commute. With rain in the Thursday morning forecast, the morning drive might be a little slower than usual.
We expect a break from the widespread heavy rain by noon Thursday. We are concerned with this break from the rain because it may give the atmosphere enough time to destabilize. If this happens, a few strong or severe storms will be possible after 2pm Thursday. We are under the risk for severe weather.
We will watch any and all storm development closely. Right now hail is one of the biggest threats with storms that do develop. Damaging winds and tornadoes can’t be ruled out.
Stay with the SkyTrak13 Weather Team for the latest.