After a bitterly cold day yesterday, today will almost feel balmy! Winds are out of the southwest today, allowing temperatures to climb to near 40 degrees. It will be partly sunny and dry this afternoon.
Clouds will increase tonight with temperatures holding near steady in the upper 30s overnight.
Rain will arrive mid morning and will continue through the afternoon.
Temperatures will still be mild, in the low 40s.
If there is any leftover precipitation Friday night, a few flurries will be possible. Temperatures will fall into the upper 20s.
Saturday will be cloudy with slowly falling temperatures into the mid 20s by late afternoon. The Arctic air will continue to spill into Central Indiana, allowing temperatures to fall Saturday through Monday morning.
There is a chance of snow on Sunday with snow arriving early morning Sunday and continuing into the afternoon. Right now, around an inch of accumulation is possible.
Temperatures will crash Monday morning, with temperatures bottoming out around zero. Wind chill values will be running 10 to 15 below zero.
Another chance of snow returns late Tuesday into Wednesday morning.