Welcome to another work week and like last week, it looks like Monday will be the best day of the week although today will be 20 degrees colder than last Monday!
Heading out the door today look for temps. in the 35 to near 40 degree range. The warmer start leads to a warmer finish. Though highs Monday near 60 degrees, a strengthening southwest wind will make it feel cooler. Winds could gust to 25 miles per hour.
We’re looking for tomorrow as the next wet day. Rain is likely Tuesday with highs in the lower 50s. Another surge of much colder than normal air hits the Ohio Valley Thursday. This air mass will be accompanied by showers that may mix with snow after sunset Thursday into Friday morning. This system drop highs down to the 40s and lows to the lower 30s heading into next weekend. By the way, the high on Sunday will be 20 degrees colder than today.
|On This Date in Central Indiana Weather History……|
|1966 : At Indianapolis, the record snow depth for the date is set at 8 inches.|
Well the weather has really been all over the place, hasn’t it? Monday we had a high of 80 and today temps will fall most of the day into the 40s. It’s Halloween and the weather will match the season.
Rain becomes widespread by midday and wind gusts near 30-40mph by 5pm. This will be a tough night for trick or treaters…a reminder, many churches and some schools have fall festival parties, INSIDE , this evening. Temperatures drop into the 30s by 7pm with wind chills in the 20s. Rain will mix or changeover to snow showers as the coldest air of the season arrives. Don’t look for accumulation. Remember there is a freeze warning tonight.
Saturday morning temperatures drop to their lowest levels since mid-April with lows in the 20s. If you’re running the Indy Monumental Marathon expect a steady 15-20mph northerly wind that may gust to 25mph. This produce wind chills in the teens for several hours early Saturday. Though some sun is possible early in the day, we believe much of Saturday will be mainly cloudy.
Wow! It is chilly out there this morning and it appears that the weather pattern stays cooler than average well into next week, including Halloween tomorrow.
Highs on today will be in the 50s, with clouds rolling in during the afternoon. Those clouds are associated with our next weather system. There will be the chance for a few showers later tonight. Look for a wet day tomorrow in the Halloween forecast. By Friday night, it will be cold enough for the light rain to mix with some light snow. The kids really need to dress for the chill, because temperatures will fall into the 30s for the end of Trick-Or-Treating, but it will feel like the 20s due to the wind.
A hard freeze is expected Saturday and Sunday, with lows in the middle and upper 20s. Highs on Saturday will only be in the 40s and it will only be near 50 degrees on Sunday.
|On This Date in Central Indiana Weather History……|
|1993 : Two to six inches of snow fall across the southern half of Indiana.|
Wow, what a change! Monday our high bolted all the way up to 80 degrees, but today we’ll struggle to hit 55 later this afternoon. The jet stream dips to the south the rest of the week making this a real cool period the next few days.
We’re watching closely the forecast for Halloween. It will be a cold day with highs in the mid-40s, a cool wind and rain that could mix with or change to snow showers by late in the evening when temperatures drop into the 30s. It will be cold for trick-or-treating Friday evening.
The coldest temperatures since mid-April arrive this weekend with lows in the 20s both Saturday and Sunday mornings… though wind and lingering cloud cover may keep lows closer to 30 Saturday morning. Depending on the departure time of this upcoming upper level storm, wind may be a factor for the Indy Monumental Marathon. We’ll fine tune wind speeds in the days ahead.
On this day in Central Indiana weather history….
In 1996 winds gusted to 70 mph in Russiaville.
We’re watching a line of rain moving into Indiana and now falling around the state for the morning commute this morning. The rain ends by early evening and temperatures will be falling during the day today. It comes courtesy of a cold front that will really change our weather picture from a late summer landscape to late fall in just a couple of days. In fact, temperatures will be mainly below average beginning Wednesday.
The colder change will be the weather story for the rest of the week. Highs will be in the 50s on Wednesday and Thursday.
The Halloween forecast is a cold one. Highs will only be near 50 degrees on Friday afternoon. Temperatures for the trick-or-treaters will fall into the 30s by Friday evening.
It will be a colder weekend, with lows in the upper 20s and highs only in the 40s on Saturday and the lower 50s on Sunday.
We had a great weekend and now, an even better start to our work week. Look for this day to be the best day of the week. It won’t take long due to a gusty southwest wind. Look for the mid 70s at lunch time and our highs will range from 78 to 80 degrees… 15 to almost 20 degrees warmer than normal. Look for rain late tonight but more than likely during the morning rush hour. We’ll keep showers around during the early afternoon than that should be the end of it. Look for a big drop in temps by mid week with highs only in the mid 50s. Halloween highs will be in the lower 50s with more clouds than sun and chance for a few showers. On this day in Central Indiana weather history…. Indianapolis in 1940 got all the way up to 83 degrees, the record for the date.
Hang on to your hat! A windy day, but a wonderful day, weather wise in Indiana. The average high is the mid 60s and today, we will warm up into the upper 60s around the state. Tonight, for Operation Football, bring along a blanket or jacket, it will feel pretty brisk out there.
Look for a new surge of cool air arrives tonight into Saturday morning. This air mass riding over Lake Michigan will drive down low cloudiness during the day Saturday, and possibly some lake effect sprinkles/rain showers. That would include the I.U. and Taylor University homecoming celebrations as well as the Covered Bridge Festival in Parke County.
Clouds clear Saturday night and the wind goes calm as high pressure settles over the Ohio Valley. That means temps drop to the lower to mid 30s Sunday morning and patchy frost at the very least. If this trend continues you can expect Frost Advisories to be issued for Sunday morning.
Colts tailgating looks chilly early in the morning but we’ll enjoy lots of sun Sunday. Kickoff temperatures will be in the mid-50s. Let’s hope for a win against the Bengals!
We are all pretty much tired of the rain and drizzle but by this afternoon it will be gone. Look for rain and drizzle this morning for the ride to work or school. The clouds will slowly break later today as an area of low pressure moves to the east and gives us a break. Look for a high of 62 degrees later today.
Are you lookin for some sunshine and better weather? Friday remains our “pick of the week” with sunshine and a beautiful high of 70 degrees. It will also be one of those hang on to your hat days with a wind from the west-southwest at 15-20 mph.
A wind shift to the north-northwest Saturday delivers a quick surge of cooler conditions behind the passage of cold front Friday night. This air mass knocks weekend highs into the 50s and could lead to a frost Sunday morning as lows drop into the middle 30s.
Showers Monday are the best chance of rain next week. We should see several dry, fall-ish days as high pressure spreads across the Ohio Valley.