Flurries are flying across Central Indiana with wind chills in the single digits and teens.
Highs will reach the mid 20s today, but with wind gusts up to 30mph wind chills will remain in the single digits and teens. The normal high this time of year is 46 with a low of 31.
Tonight the snow flurries will end and temps will fall into the low 20s.
If you’re running in a race early Thanksgiving morning, get ready to bundle up. The wind won’t be that bad, but the temps in the teens will be bitterly cold.
Thanksgiving afternoon we warm up above freezing, with the 40s coming our way for the weekend.
Today will be the coldest day out of the 7 day forecast with flurries and scattered snow showers.
Highs will only reach the upper 20s, but will feel more like the teens thanks to wind gusts out of the Northwest up to 30mph. It will be a bitterly cold day around Central Indiana. If you’re traveling to Northwest Indiana, be aware that lake effect snow is likely and at times travel conditions could be very difficult around the toll road.
Thanksgiving morning temps will be in the teens, but will warm into the low 30s.
Warmer weather is ahead for the weekend, but by Sunday we’ll start tracking a chance of rain.
A warm up is on the way, but before temps return to the 40s, we’ll have to deal with the cold and more flurries / snow showers for Central Indiana.
Highs will reach the mid 30s today with mostly cloudy skies and a chance of flurries.
Tonight temps fall into the low 20s with a chance of flurries.
Wednesday scattered snow showers are in the forecast with highs only topping out in the upper 20s.
We’ll have a cold start Thanksgiving morning in the low 20s, and by Friday temps start to recover into the 40s.
Wind chills are in the teens again this morning, as chilly air remains in place across Central Indiana.
Flurries will be possible today as highs top out in the mid 30s with wind chills in the 20s.
Tonight a light dusting of snow is possible tonight as temps fall to the mid 20s.
Tuesday light snow is again possible into Wednesday. Some spots could get a dusting of snow.
Thanksgiving will be cold and chilly, but sunny here in Central Indiana.
If you’re traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday… make sure to keep up to date with the forecast if you’re going to the East Coast. A major system bringing rain, snow and ice could cause travel delays in some of the nations biggest hubs.
Temperatures will continue to drop across Central Indiana as we head into the afternoon, but the real cold air arrives this weekend.
The clouds will stick around today with patchy drizzle and wind gusts up to 25mph.
Tonight, bundle up for Operation Football. Temps will fall into the mid 30s with breezy conditions.
Saturday we will more than likely see flurries with temps only reaching the freezing mark. Winds will gust up to 30mph Saturday.
Even colder air moves in Sunday with temps in the teens and wind chills in the single digits for the morning hours.
The 7 day stays cool and chilly.
Patchy fog has settled into Central Indiana this morning, and we’ll likely see that throughout much of the day with patch drizzle and scattered showers.
Temps will start around 50 this morning, and fall to the upper 30s this evening with winds gusting out of the north up to 25mph.
Saturday we’ll be watching for flurries and much colder temps. Highs will only reach the mid 30s.
Sunday morning we wake up in the teens with wind chills in the single digits. Highs on Sunday won’t even reach the freezing mark.
Temps will be mild across Central Indiana today with periods of rain. By the weekend, a much different story as arctic air invades and high temperatures won’t even reach the freezing mark!
Keep the rain gear handy as highs reach about 50 degrees today and tomorrow. Up to 1/2″ of rain is possible as this system moves through. We are not looking at any severe storms.
Saturday we may see flurries as temps only reach the mid 30s.
Arctic air invades Central Indiana this weekend. Sunday morning we’ll be waking up with temps in the teens and wind chills in the single digits! Highs on Sunday will only reach the mid 20s.
Next week we’re watching a chance for snow… we’ll keep you posted!
If you’re cold this morning, wait until you see what’s coming our way for the weekend.
Highs today will reach the upper 40s with mostly sunny skies.
Tonight clouds will be on the increase and a spotty shower is possible with temps in the low 40s.
Thursday and Friday scattered showers are likely with highs around 50.
Our weather pattern changes starting Saturday with much cooler air moving in. Highs Saturday will only warm into the mid 30s with flurries.
Saturday night we fall into the teens, and by Sunday we only hit the mid 20s for high temps.