A lot of changes are coming to Central Indiana including temperatures swings, frost, and plenty of sunshine as we head into the 7 day forecast.
Today is a day of transition with a mix of sun and clouds and a cool breeze out of the north up to 15mph. Highs will top out in the mid to upper 50s, cool for this time of year. Our normal high is 64.
This evening will be cool as temperatures fall into the 50s.
Skies will clear tonight allowing for patchy frost to form by early Wednesday morning.
Sunny skies are in the forecast starting tomorrow, highs remain cool in the 50s, but we’ll see a big warm up in the 7 day!
Below normal temps will continue in the forecast today as we kick off a new work and school week.
We’ll see a mix of sun and clouds with the chance for a few isolated showers today as highs reach the low 60s. The normal high this time of year is 64.
This evening, partly cloudy skies will be around as temps fall into the 50s for your evening plans.
Tuesday will be cool as highs only warm into the mid to upper 50s.
Wednesday and Thursday morning, patchy frost will be possible, but check out the warm up and the sunshine coming as we head into the weekend!
As expected, scattered showers continue to move out of Central Indiana, what’s up next is temps falling into the 30s tonight, prompting a Frost Advisory for Central Indiana.
The Frost Advisory runs from 3am to 9am Sunday morning. Points from Marion, north and east are under a Freeze Warning.
Before the frosty air gets here, if you have plans tonight, the clouds break and temps continue to tumble into the low 40s.
When you walk out the door Sunday morning, get ready for a cold start as those temps drop even more.
We’ll start Sunday off sunny, but see a few clouds for the afternoon as temps reach the mid 50s. That’s below our “normal” high of 65.
Sunday night into Monday the clouds thicken, and for Monday morning’s commute scattered showers will be likely.
In the 7 day forecast we dry out, but a “warm up” to near normal temps doesn’t happen until late in the week.
Happy Saturday morning! We’re waking up to a mostly cloudy start to the day, and that will continue as we go into the afternoon. Highs will only reach the low to mid 50s today with a chance for spotty showers. The day won’t be a washout, but a few rain showers are in the forecast.
Our “normal” high this time of year is 65, so we’ll be well below that today as clouds help to keep temperatures low.
If you have plans tonight, you’ll still need a jacket, and as skies clear temps will fall quickly.
A Frost Advisory is in effect for Central Indiana from 3am to 9am Sunday. Areas like Marion in the dark purple are under a Freeze Watch.
Temps will fall into the 30s tonight making for a cold start Sunday morning.
Sunday will remain cool, but we’ll soak in more sunshine.
Our next chance for rain arrives Monday, with below normal temperatures lingering in the 7 day forecast.
Isolated showers and storms are possible this afternoon, but as we head later into this evening storms become more likely, and some could be strong to severe with damaging wind.
Highs will still reach about 80 today, but look at FutureTrak13, showers and storms develop in West Central Indiana as early as 5pm.
Up to 1-2″ of rain is possible through Friday as temps fall into the upper 30s by Saturday morning.
Enjoy the summer-like temperatures while they’re here, a big temperature drop is coming to Central Indiana later this week.
Highs will reach the low 80s today. Our “normal” high is 72 this time of year.
Skies will remain sunny and clear, with a light northwest breeze.
Temps this evening will remain comfortable.
No big changes through Wednesday, just sunny and warm. Our pattern changes Thursday when showers and isolated thunderstorms become likely. Look at the big temperature tumble behind the rain. Highs Friday will only reach the upper 60s, and by Saturday the low 60s!
Good morning! We’re off to a cool start this Tuesday morning, our first full day of fall. Temps are pretty similar to what we woke up to yesterday. Most spots are in the 40s this morning. The satellite/radar is clear and will remain that way today with plenty of sunshine. Yesterday’s high was 66 degrees, today we’ll top out in the low 70s.
Tonight temps fall into the 40s and low 50s with mostly clear skies.
Tomorrow we’ll add a few degrees to the high, with temps in the mid 70s, and sunny skies.
We just crossed into fall, but our first frost/freeze could be right around the corner. The average date for a low temp of 36 or lower is October 11th. For 32 or lower it’s October 14th, and a hard freeze with a low of 28 or lower is November 2nd.
If you’re not ready for the cold just yet, don’t worry, the 7 day forecast is looking beautiful with highs approaching 80 for the weekend.
A fantastic forecast is ahead for Central Indiana this week filled with plenty of sunshine and cool temps. Highs today will only reach the mid 60s. That’s below our “normal” high of 75 this time of year.
Tonight temps fall into the mid 40s with mostly clear skies.
Pollen levels are down across the state, so hopefully your allergies are better if you’re an allergy sufferer.
Rain chances look slim to none this week, here’s how much rain we’ve picked up so far this month.
If it’s a little too cool too early for you, a warm up is coming our way as we head later into the week.