Are you ready for seasonal fall like conditions? It’s returning this weekend with temperatures near average for November. If you are participating, volunteering or cheering on runners for the Indianapolis Monumental Marathon, it will be a cool start this morning with temperatures in the low 40s. It will be sunny and dry later today with light winds out of the northwest. Afternoon highs will climb into the mid 50s.
It will be awesome for college football!
With clear skies tonight, temperatures will tumble into the upper 20s and low 30s. The last time we sank below the freezing mark was on October 18th.
After a cool start, a pleasant rebound takes place Sunday afternoon with highs in the mid 50s. It will be fantastic tailgate weather for the Colts home game.
A gradual warming trend returns Monday with highs in the upper 50s.
Above normal temperatures arrive mid week with shower and thunderstorms becoming likely Wednesday night, as a cold front moves in.
Scattered showers will end Thursday morning with windy conditions to follow the cold front. Temperatures will likely fall throughout the day.
Cooler air pushes in Friday on through the weekend.
The cold front that brought the rain this morning is now ushering in much cooler air this afternoon. Temperatures have slowly been falling from the low 60s after midnight into the mid 50s late this morning. Breezy winds out of the west-northwest will continue with temperatures holding near steady in the low 50s this afternoon. The skies will gradually clear out to partly sunny too.
It will be partly cloudy this evening for Operation Football. Temperatures will gradually fall into the upper 40 before midnight. Wake up temperatures Saturday morning will be in the upper 30s.
Saturday will be sunny and bright but much cooler than the 70 degree temperatures we’ve been enjoying. It will,however, be fantastic running conditions for the Indianapolis Monumental Marathon.
Afternoon highs will be below average, only climbing into the mid 50s.
It will be sunny and dry for tailgating for the Purdue and IU football games Saturday afternoon.
Skies will clear out Saturday night and temperatures will tumble, into the low 30s. Many locations will drop below the freezing mark.
Sunday will bring sunny and dry conditions with highs in the low 50s. It will be great tailgate weather for the Colts home game as they take on the Broncos.
A gradual warm up moves in for the work week.
The next chance of rain moves in on Wednesday with rain becoming likely Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
After a damp and gloomy Halloween, the skies will brighten up and temperatures will warm up. Temperatures will be running ten degrees above normal today, with highs in the upper 60s. The skies will gradually clear too. Skies are overcast this morning but it will gradually clear out to mostly sunny skies.
It will be mild this evening too with temperatures falling into the upper 40s Monday morning.
Unseasonably warm air will settle in for the first week of November.
Afternoon highs will soar into the low 70s, flirting with record warmth.
A cold front will arrive late Thursday, bringing a good chance of showers and thunderstorms through Friday evening.
Much cooler air arrives behind the cold front for the weekend. Temperatures will be back to average for Saturday and Sunday, with highs in the low to mid 50s.
On this date in Indiana weather history: in 1984, severe thunderstorm winds knocked down trees in Tippecanoe and Carroll counties.
Happy Halloween! It has been a cloudy and chilly day with some areas dodging spotty showers. More widespread rain is expected to arrive after 7pm this evening. It will likely make it to the Indy Metro area during the 8pm hour.
Keep in mind that trick or treaters will be out and about this evening and it will be dark by 7pm. As the rain arrives, temperatures will fall a few degrees and wind chill values will fall into the mid 40s.
Here are some Halloween Statistics.
The drizzle will exit central Indiana from northwest to southeast overnight with most of the rain out of the area by 3am. Temperatures will only fall into the upper 40s by morning.
Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday morning at 2am. It’s encouraged to turn back your clock one hour tonight before you head to bed. It’s also a good idea to change out the batteries in your smoke alarms and weather radios.
Sunday will be a much brighter and warmer day. The skies will gradually clear to partly sunny skies with highs in the mid 60s.
Unseasonably warm air returns for the first week of November. The 70s return for several days with even some records threatened to be broken.
A cold front will arrive late Thursday night and on Friday. This will bring some scattered thunderstorms to central Indiana.
Another wet Halloween is in store for Trick or Treaters. Showers will be likely today, becoming more widespread this afternoon into the evening. It will be a light rain with most areas picking up around a quarter of an inch of precipitation.
Afternoon highs will climb into the mid 50s with wind chill values in the low to mid 40s. The kids will need the coat and an umbrella this evening. Keep in mind, it will be dark and rainy around 6:45pm, making it difficult to see the kids out and about.
Here are some of the Halloween statistics for Indianapolis.
Rain will taper off after midnight tonight. It will remain cloudy overnight with patchy fog possible by morning. Temperatures will only fall into the upper 40s.
Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday morning at 2am. It’s encouraged to turn back your clocks one hour tonight before you go to bed. It’s also a great idea to change out the batteries in your smoke alarms.
A slow clearing moves in on Sunday. It will be partly sunny by afternoon with a nice jump in temperatures. Afternoon highs will be in the mid 60s.
Unseasonably warm air moves in for the work week. The 70s return mid week with dry conditions continuing through Wednesday.
A cold front will bring chances of rain Thursday night and Friday could be stormy and windy. We’ll keep you updated with the latest.
On this date in Indiana weather history: in 1878 in Indianapolis, the coldest high temperature for today’s date for the city was recorded at 35 degrees…making for a cold Halloween.
After a wet Saturday, beautiful fall weather returns as high pressure builds back into the Great Lakes. Skies are slowly clearing this morning and it will be mostly sunny this afternoon. Winds will be out of the north today with temperatures climbing into the low 60s, near normal for this time of year.
Monday will bring another pleasant fall day to central Indiana with afternoon highs rebounding back into the low 60s.
An upper level system will arrive on Tuesday, bringing another round of much needed rain. This system will tap into the remnants of Patricia. Showers and thunderstorms will be possible Tuesday afternoon and then will become widespread and steady Tuesday night through Wednesday morning.
Heavy rain will be possible on Wednesday, with a potential of 1” to 3” of rain by the time it’s all said and done late Wednesday night.
In the storms wake, windy conditions take over Thursday with sustained winds around 15 to 25 mph. It will also be much cooler with temperatures struggling to climb into the low 50s.
Right now, Saturday, Halloween, looks dry but a system will be moving in closer by Saturday evening. The Skytrak13 Weather Team will keep you updated with the latest. Halloween 2014 was a chilly one with a few snow showers.
Much needed rain moved into central Indiana today. The Indianapolis airport has received 0.12” of rain so far today. Here are some other rain totals from our WeatherBug Network.
Drier and cooler air moves in for the rest of the weekend with seasonal conditions returning. Heavy rain is possible for the last week of October. Right now, Halloween looks dry.
Remember last year’s snowy Halloween? A tenth of an inch of snow fell last year with a high of only 47 and a low of 33 degrees. The average high is 60 degrees and the average low is 41. The record is 82 degrees set back in 1950 and the average low is 35, set back in 1878.
Scattered showers will come to an end from northwest to southeast this evening. A cold front will continue to move across central Indiana, ushering in gusty winds and drier air. Clouds will stick around during the overnight with a low in the upper 40s.
Skies will gradually clear out on Sunday, making way for a fantastic finish. It will be seasonal with highs in the low 60s and mostly sunny by afternoon.
Monday will bring much of the same as high pressure dominates the Great Lakes.
Changes arrive on Tuesday. Showers and thunderstorms are possible Tuesday afternoon with rain becoming likely by Tuesday night. Heavy rain will be possible on Wednesday, as the remnants of Patricia move up from the Gulf of Mexico. Some areas could receive one to over two inches of rain.
Thursday will be a blustery day with highs in the low 50s.
Right now, Halloween looks dry and cool with highs in the mid 50s.
Rain chances return on Sunday.
It’s a wet start to the weekend with scattered showers likely through the afternoon. A cold front will arrive this afternoon and that could trigger a couple of thunderstorms. Some areas could pick up around a quarter to a half inch of much needed rain.
It will still be a mild day for this time of year with temperatures climbing into the low 70s, thanks to breezy winds out of the southwest.
A few more spotty showers are possible this evening with mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures will fall into the upper 48s by Sunday morning.
Monday will be pleasant and seasonal for this time of year with sunny skies and highs in the low 60s.
The remnants of Patricia will have an impact on central Indiana by midweek. Showers are possible Tuesday afternoon and then rain will be likely by Tuesday night. Heavy rain will be possible on Wednesday.
Some areas could pick up 1 to 3” of rain by Thursday morning.