Light scattered snow showers are arriving in Central Indiana, as another system arrives. Later today, the light snow could change over to some light freezing drizzle. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Fayette, Franklin, Ripley, Dearborn, Switzerland, Ohio, Wayne and Union counties until Monday morning at 4am. Some light ice accumulation around a tenth of an inch is possible in our eastern viewing area. Slick roads are possible across Central Indiana today.
Temperatures this afternoon will climb into the mid 20s and will hold steady through the overnight.
The Colts will be in Ohio today, taking on the Bengals. Cincinnati is under a Winter Weather Advisory.
Precipitation will be out of the area tonight and Monday morning will be dry but it could be slick. Colder air arrives on Tuesday and sticks around through most of the work week. A slow warm up moves in by the end of the week.
Temperatures only climbed into the low 20s this afternoon, running more than 10 degrees below normal.
Clouds will increase this evening with temperatures dropping quickly.
After an early low of 10 just after midnight, temperatures will slowly rise. There is a small chance of some light snow during the overnight. During the day on Sunday, another storm system arrives, bringing the chance of a wintry mix. Snow showers could mix with freezing rain, especially in our eastern viewing area. Fayette and Wayne counties are under a Winter Weather Advisory from Sunday morning through Monday morning.
Light accumulations will be possible, making way for slick roads, parking lots and sidewalks.
The Colts play against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday and a wintry mix will be possible there as well.
A dry pattern arrives Monday with the coldest air of the season arriving on Tuesday. Temperatures will struggle to climb into the mid teens.
A slow warm up pushes in on Friday, with highs in the low 30s.
It is a bitter cold start this morning with temperatures falling into the teens and the single digits. Here are some readings from 5am and the 24 hour temperature change:
The snow has come to an end and an Arctic high pressure has arrived. It will be a bitter cold day with sunny skies and wind chill values below zero and in the single digits.
Temperatures will fall to near 10 degrees just after midnight tonight and then temperatures will slowly rise the rest of the morning.
There is a slight chance of a wintry mix of snow and freezing rain on Sunday, especially in eastern Indiana. Fayette and Wayne counties are under a Winter Weather Advisory from Sunday morning through Monday morning.
An Arctic front arrives on Tuesday. Overnight lows will fall into the single digits with afternoon highs will struggle to climb into the mid teens.
It’s the first day of December and here is a look at December averages.
Temperatures will be climbing a few degrees above normal today with increasing clouds this afternoon.
Here is you Colts tailgate forecast.
It will be cloudy but mild this evening with a low in the mid 30s.
Temperatures will be above normal through most of the work week with a chance of light rain on Monday and Tuesday. Rain will be likely on Thursday. Rain will change over to snow on Friday morning, as temperatures tumble. Keep checking back with your SkyTrak13 Weather Team for the latest updates on this evolving system.
It was a mild day with southerly breezes and sunny skies. Temperatures climbed well above the normal for this time of year, which is 45 degrees.
It will be a mild evening with light wind out of the south.
It will be a pleasant start to the first day of December with temperatures only falling into the low 30s.
Clouds will increase on Sunday as a cold front arrives. There is a small chance of a light shower or two Sunday afternoon or evening.
Here is your updated Colts tailgate forecast.
An unsettled weather pattern arrives on Thursday, bringing rain. Rain will change over to snow on Friday. It will be dry and cold next weekend, as Arctic air arrives.
It will be a pleasant Holiday weekend with temperatures near normal. It will be mostly sunny today with light wind out of the south.
Here are afternoon highs across Central Indiana.
It will be near normal tonight with increasing clouds during the overnight.
Clouds will thicken up on Sunday with a small chance of a few sprinkles during the afternoon into the evening.
The Colts play at home tomorrow and it will be great tailgating weather.
A warming trend moves in for the work week with a chance of rain on Thursday and a rain / snow mix possible on Friday.
It is a frigid start this morning as temperatures fall into the mid teens. There is a breeze out of the northwest today, allowing wind chill values to fall into the single digits to near zero.
It will be mostly sunny and dry today but temperatures will only climb into the mid 20s. If temperatures fail to climb out of the 20s today, it will be the coldest November day since 2005.
Colts are at Arizona Cardinals today.
Broncos are at the New England Patriots tonight. You can catch that game on Channel 13.
Another cold night is on tap tonight with temperatures in the mid teens. Wind chill values will be back in the single digits.
A cold front moves through the area Monday afternoon and that will bring the chance of some light snow showers during the afternoon through the evening. Temperatures will climb into the mid 30s.
The unseasonably cold temperatures will continue through Saturday, with temperatures running more than 10 degrees below normal.
It will be a blustery night with a few flurries flying.
Temperatures will fall into the mid teens by Sunday morning. With breezy northwesterly winds, wind chill values will be in the single digits to near zero. The last time temperatures fell to 16 degrees was on March 21st, 2013.
Sunday will be sunny and dry with afternoon highs only climbing into the mid 20s, running more than twenty degrees below normal.
There is a chance of a few light snow showers on Monday afternoon.
Right now, the Holiday week looks mainly dry but cold with temperatures remaining at least ten degrees below normal through next weekend.