Not a bad start today and of course, better than yesterday when rain and 50 mph winds blew into Indiana.
Look for a mixture of clouds and sun this morning with highs only in the mid 30s later toda.yl. There is another chance for light snow later Wednesday through Thanksgiving Day. We are not forecasting a lot of snow, but a dusting to an inch will be possible. We will keep you updated on that snowfall potential and the timing, just in case you have travel plans for Thanksgiving.
Our travel weather focus is the eastern part of the United States. A strong storm will cause rain today and tonight from Florida into the Carolinas and as the storm intensifies, it could cause delays for areas from Washington to New York on Wednesday. The system continues to travel up the East Coast on Thanksgiving Day, with snow across New England.
A milder weather pattern returns to central Indiana for the weekend, with highs back into the range of 55-60 degrees for Saturday and Sunday. We are tracking rain chances for the end of the long holiday weekend.
|On This Date in Central Indiana Weather History……|
|1908 : At Indianapolis, the record high temperature for the date is set at 69 degrees.|
**** Wind Advisory 7am-7pm Monday ****
Indianapolis broke a record established in 1871 yesterday with 1.91″ of rain. We have had even more rain since midnight and it is wet outside right now.
Temperatures are very mild now but will slowly drop all day. Also a wind advisory means don’t be surprised if we have gusts in excess of 40 miles per hour, especially this afternoon as a cold front moves in and out of Indiana.
Some flurries and spotty showers are possible Tuesday within the cold air that moves over Indiana.. Heading into Wednesday there will be a chance of snow toward sunset if you’re traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday. Light snow remains possible in Central Indiana Thursday with perhaps a much bigger storm impacting the east coast Thursday and Friday. We’ll keep you updated on our weather and travel weather on the road to Thanksgiving.
Here we go again, another really brisk morning in Indiana, but not as cold as yesterday. A re-freezing took place over night on some area roads so watch for slick spots on your drive to work or school today.
More light snow is possible today as a quick-moving upper disturbance swings across the Great Lakes. It is windy and will remain windy during the day today. Look for gusts to get near 30 mph later today.
Colder than normal conditions continue into Friday night. We’re still expecting a warm up this weekend, but it will require going through some snow and a wintry mix Friday night into early Saturday. Eventually this transitions into a cold rain Saturday. As the warmer air glides over and melts the snow pack, fog will develop and possibly become dense this weekend.
Sunday temperatures shoot into the 50s but it’s not the kind of 50s that will have us dancing in the sun. We will probably see rain during the day Sunday. Cooling back down again Tuesday.
The temperatures continue to drop in Indiana this morning and wind chills have been in the sub zero category for hours. The Arctic Express has pulled into town and stays here all day with a gradual warming tomorrow. Sub-zero wind chills will be widespread today and highs will struggle to reach 20, the all time record coldest high is 20 set back in 1880.
Flurries and snow showers continue tomorrow and Wednesday again with light accumulation. There will be a winter storm warning for the South Bend area late tonight and tomorrow
Looks like temperatures will be near normal this weekend but we will also be stuck with foggy and soggy conditions. A wintry mix Saturday changes to a cold rain. Highs in the 50s Sunday melts the snow but leads to fog and damp conditions. Don’t be stunned to hear some thunder Sunday or Monday as a strong storm system moves across the Ohio Valley.
The calendar says fall but the weather says winter!. It’s another cold morning in Indiana and our frigid pattern will continue
It will be cold, with lows in the 20s and highs in the lower 30s. This chill continues into the weekend too. Tonight, if you’re headed to high school football , bring a blanket. It will be in the 20s for most of our high school games. Remember, the Pacers play Denver in a nice warm Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
The weekend forecast is tricky with 2 rounds of snow. This will be the first accumulating snow. The first round will arrive Saturday evening. We are expecting around an inch of snow on the ground by noon Sunday. The next round of snow arrives later Sunday night, perhaps during the Sunday Night matchup between the Colts and Patriots and will last into Monday. This system has the potential for several inches of snow. We are still fine tuning where the steadiest snow will fall, so stay tuned for updates.
A blast of even colder air arrives early next week, with lows in the middle teens Tuesday and Wednesday.
It is cold outside this morning! Temperatures are in the 20s and out high today will be 32 degrees, 22 degrees below average. It looks like the trend will continue well into next week. Some of you will see a few flurries around the area, but no accumulation of snow is expected.
The weekend forecast is cold with snow chances. There is the potential for the first accumulating snow of the season. Right now it looks like to 2 waves of light snow. The first will be late Saturday into early Sunday. The second wave will be Sunday into early Monday. Stay tuned for updates on timing and how much snow will fall this weekend.
There isn’t any relief from the cold in the 7 day forecast. Highs will be in the range of 25-30 degrees early next week, with lows in the teens.
Wow! What a start! We are about 20 degrees colder than yesterday here in Central Indiana. Wear the winter coat today, we won’t warm up much today, in fact our high will only be 39 degrees. Yesterday our high was 61 degrees!
There are 2 chances for light snow in the 7 day forecast. A few snow flurries or an isolated snow shower will be possible Thursday, with a slightly better chance for light snow Sunday and early Monday. We will keep you updated on those snow chances and this winter chill in November.
At this point, it appears the cold air will stay with us well into next week. Remember to upload the WTHR Skytrak Weather App for the latest updates on the forecast.
On This Date in Central Indiana Weather History……
1992 : Heavy rains cause flash flooding in Clinton.
A nice hot cup of coffee and a warm winter coat sound really good this morning. It’s cold outside and it will stay that way most of the day so the kids will definitely need the layers Friday morning at the bus stop with lows near freezing. Fortunately , the winds will die down today so we won’t be battling a cold breeze. High temperatures remain below normal today in the middle 40s. For Operation Football, temperatures will drop into the 30s. Shower chances return Saturday with another quick-moving system that also brings back breezy conditions. Don’t look for much rain, it will be mainly in the morning, so it looks like we could actually see some sunshine for the afternoon football games in Indiana. After a chilly start Sunday morning in the 25 to 30 degree range it should a better day with some sun and comfortable highs in the upper 40s. Monday will be the warmest air for awhile as we continue to target a cold air outbreak to arrive Tuesday afternoon. Highs Wednesday into Friday will likely only be in the mid-30s with lows in the teens and 20s.
|On This Date in Central Indiana Weather History……|
|1996 : At Indianapolis, the record precipitation amount for the date is set at 3.51 inches.|