It will be a pleasant Friday with dry conditions this afternoon under mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will climb into the low 50s, near seasonal for this time of year.
Clouds will increase this evening as an upper level system approaches. It will be cold too with temperatures falling into the low 30s. As temperatures hover near the freezing mark Saturday morning, rain could mix with some wet snowflakes.
As temperatures warm up by late morning Saturday, the mix will change over to just some scattered showers through the afternoon. Afternoon highs only climb into the low 40s, running 10 degrees below average.
As the upper system gradually moves out of the Great Lakes, light precipitation will still be possible Saturday night into Sunday. A mix of rain and snow will be possible Saturday night into Sunday morning with a low near 30 degrees.
High pressure builds in on Sunday. While it will still be chilly with highs in the low 40s, it will be dry by the afternoon with partly sunny skies.
A gradual warming trend moves in for the work week with rain chances returning mid week.
Patchy fog is developing and visibility will fall this morning in many areas across Indiana. The wind will start to pick up later this morning, helping mix out the fog. It will be partly cloudy later today with temperatures climbing into the mid 50s.
It will be mostly cloudy this evening with temperatures only falling to near 40 degrees by Monday morning.
Monday will be much warmer with temperatures running more than 15 degrees above average. Afternoon highs will be in the mid 60s with partly sunny skies. There is a slight chance of a shower or two Monday late morning into the early afternoon.
The unseasonably mild conditions continue through the week. Clouds will thicken up on Tuesday with temperatures soaring to near 70 degrees.
Rain will move in by late day Tuesday into early Wednesday morning. Rain will continue throughout the day Wednesday, with heavy rain possible, especially by Wednesday night into Thursday morning. It will be humid with highs in the low to mid 60s.
Rain will continue through Thursday afternoon, with some areas picking up 2” to 3” of rain over the two day period. Localized flooding will be a concern.
The unsettled pattern continues into the weekend, with mild temperatures and chances of more rain.
It was a chilly, dreary afternoon across central Indiana today. Bright skies return Sunday with warmer air too. Tonight will be cold and cloudy with temperatures falling into the upper 20s. Patchy fog is likely Sunday morning.
Winds will pick up out of the south on Sunday, allowing temperatures to rebound into the low to mid 50s by afternoon under mostly sunny skies.
It will be wet and warmer next week. Several disturbances will keep rain in the forecast with temperatures climbing more than 15 degrees above average.
Monday will be warm with temperatures soaring into the mid 60s.
Temperatures will climb to near 70 degrees on Tuesday with rain becoming likely Tuesday night.
Showers, with even a few thunderstorms possible, will continue on Wednesday and Thursday with around 2” to 3” of rain possible at this point. Flooding will be a concern.
Rain chances will continue into next weekend.
A Clipper system is moving over the Great Lakes today, bringing some light snow to central Indiana this morning. The steadier snow has moved east but a few areas of spotty showers mixed with rain and snow will be possible through mid morning.
It will remain cloudy this afternoon with breezy winds out of the northwest. Areas of patchy drizzle will be possible through the afternoon with a high in the mid 40s, which is near normal for this time of year.
It’ll be mostly cloudy and quiet this evening with a low in the upper 20s.
Sunday will be a fantastic finish to the first weekend of March. Temperatures will climb into the mid 50s under mostly sunny skies.
An unsettled weather pattern moves in for the work week. It will also be much warmer, with temperatures climbing close to 20 degrees above average!
Monday will be warm with highs in the mid 60s. There is a slight chance of rain on Monday.
Most of Tuesday will be dry but rain will become likely late day Tuesday.
Wednesday will be wet and humid with heavy rain possible. Rain will continue on Thursday too, as the system stalls out.
The rainy pattern looks like it could continue into the weekend.
A wintry mix of rain and snow is in your weekend forecast but the good news is that a warm up moves in behind this system. A Clipper system will move over the Great Lakes late tonight through Saturday. Temperatures will hover near the freezing mark overnight and that will allow for precipitation to change from light snow to a mix of snow, sleet and rain.
As temperatures warm up by mid morning Saturday, just rain will be possible.
A few spotty showers will be possible Saturday afternoon with highs in the upper 40s to near 50 degrees.
A gradual clearing moves in late Saturday night, allowing temperatures to fall. Wake up temperatures Sunday morning will be in the upper 20s, near normal for this time of year.
A fantastic rebound arrives Sunday afternoon with highs in the mid 50s under mostly sunny skies.
The warming trend continues through the work week but it will also be wet. There is a chance of light rain on Monday with highs in the low 60s.
Temperatures will climb nearly 20 degrees above normal on Tuesday, with highs in the mid 60s. Rain will become likely Tuesday night.
Showers and thunderstorms are likely on Wednesday with heavy rain possible. It will still be mild, with highs in the low 60s.
At this point, there is a chance this system could stall out on Thursday, keeping a chance of more rain in the area. It’s still too far out but rain potential could be a couple of inches by Thursday.
Friday looks dry and cooler with highs in the mid 50s.
There will be a bit of a clearing today but it will likely be mostly cloudy most of the day as another storm system moves in. It will be a chilly afternoon with afternoon highs only climbing to near 40 degrees.
A few snow showers mixed with rain and sleet will move in after midnight. Temperatures will hover near the freezing mark, allowing the snow to melt into sleet and rain by mid morning Saturday. Only minor accumulations are possible but the precipitation could make way for some slick roadways Saturday morning.
A few more sprinkles will be possible Saturday afternoon.
It will remain mostly cloudy with breezy winds out of the south. Temperatures will climb into the upper 40s to near 50 degrees.
Skies will clear out Saturday night and temperatures will fall into the upper 20s, near normal for this time of year.
Sunday will be dry and pleasant with temperatures rebounding into the mid 50s.
An active pattern moves in for the work week.
There is a chance of light rain on Monday with rain becoming likely by Tuesday evening. Showers and thunderstorms will develop on Wednesday with some heavy rain likely.
The system could stall out on Thursday, keeping a chance of rain in the forecast through Thursday afternoon.
It will also be mild with temperatures running 10 to 15 degrees above average.
Obviously, it’s been a windy day with wind gusting over 50 mph in many locations in central Indiana.
The windy conditions will continue, with a Wind Advisory in place through the evening.
A cold front will arrive too, bringing scattered showers. Showers are already crossing the Indiana boarder and will move southeast. Showers will move into the Indy metro area after 8pm and then exit the state in the southeast, shortly after midnight.
The skies will slowly clear out overnight and temperatures will fall to near 40 degrees. It will still be breezy with the winds shifting out of the northwest.
Leap Day will be a fantastic finish to February. The winds relax with sunny skies and highs in the mid 50s.
Another system arrives on Tuesday. Rain will be likely by afternoon and continue into the evening. As temperatures fall late Tuesday night, rain will change over to snow.
Another round of snow will be possible on Thursday.
Right now, next weekend looks dry with a warming trend returning.
Today we will make a run for record warmth. Southwesterly winds will allow temperatures to soar into the mid 60s this afternoon, running 20 degrees above average. The record high for today is 68 degrees set back in 1895.
Yes, it will be windy with gust approaching 40 mph at times today. A Wind Advisory is in effect for most of central Indiana from mid morning today into the evening.
Winds will be sustained from 20 to 30 mph.
A cold front will also arrive later this evening. That will bring showers and a few isolated thunderstorms across central Indiana. The best timing looks like after 7pm for northwest Indiana with the Indianapolis metro area receiving rain after 8pm. Rain will move from northwest to southeast with rain ending after midnight in southeastern Indiana.
Rain potential is from a tenth of an inch to a quarter of an inch.
Monday will be pleasant and mild with sunny skies and highs in the mid 50s.
Another round of rain is likely by Tuesday afternoon. As temperatures fall Tuesday evening, rain will change over to snow into Wednesday morning.
A Clipper system will arrive on Thursday brining a good chance of snow.
Friday will be cold with temperatures running well below normal.
It was a gorgeous Saturday with temperatures climbing into the mid 50s. Tonight will be pleasant and mild with temperatures only falling to 40 degrees.
The winds will pick up on Sunday, making way for a windy day! While it will be windy, the payoff will be the mild temperatures.
The winds will be out of the southwest, allowing temperatures to soar into the mid 60s. Winds will increase from 15 to 25 mph during the afternoon with wind gusts around 40 miles per hour.
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We are on record watch to, as the record for February 28th is 68 degrees set back in 1895. The long standing record could fall Sunday, making that the 3rd record high broken this month.
A cold front will arrive on Sunday evening. Showers will develop along the front, moving in after 5pm. Showers will move from northwest to southeast tomorrow evening, exiting the state around midnight.
Monday will be less windy and mild with highs in the mid 50s.
Rain returns by Tuesday afternoon. As temperatures fall Tuesday night, a rain-snow mix will be possible through early Wednesday morning.
A Clipper system will bring a chance of a rain – snow mix again on Thursday.
Cooler air sticks around through the weekend.
It will be an unbelievably mild last weekend of February. The skies have cleared out this morning with temperatures near normal for this time of year, in the mid 20s. Temperatures will rebound quickly today, thanks to a southwesterly breeze. Afternoon highs will climb into the mid 50s.
It will be mostly clear and mild this evening with a low near 40 degrees.
Clouds will increase Sunday afternoon, ahead of a cold front. It will be a bit breezy Sunday afternoon, with winds out of the southwest from 10 to 20 mph. That breezy wind will allow temperatures to soar into the low to mid 60s!
It could be the 4th record broken for the month of February. The record for February 28th is 68 degrees, set back in 1895. That long standing record could fall tomorrow!
While temperatures will be the main story for Sunday, there is a chance of a few showers along the cold front by late afternoon into the evening. The best time frame will be from 5pm to 11pm, moving from northwest to southeast. Heavy rain is not expected, with around a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain possible.
Leap Day, Monday, will be dry and mild with highs in the mid 50s.
Unsettled weather returns Tuesday afternoon with rain becoming likely. As temperatures fall Tuesday night into Wednesday, rain will mix with snow.
A Clipper system will move in on Thursday, brining a chance of a wintry mix.
Right now, it looks like temperatures will be running below normal from mid week through the weekend.