Scattered showers are moving into Central Indiana as temps warm into the 40s this afternoon, and continue to rise as we go into tonight.
FutureTrak13 shows rain will be widespread by 7:30 this evening.
As we go into tonight, temps will be on the rise and we stay in the mid 40s overnight with scattered showers.
As of right now, Tuesday doesn’t look like a washout. Spotty showers will be likely in the morning, with a chance during the day. Rain becomes more likely late Tuesday night and will last through Christmas Eve. Rain totals by Wednesday night reach about up to 1 to 2″. Around 5pm Christmas Eve rain turns to snow, and a quick light accumulation of snow around an inch or two is possible. We will be watching the latest, and that is subject to change as we continue to analyze new information.
We remain in an active pattern in the 7 day forecast with more snow chances for the weekend.
We’re off to a cold start this morning with temps in the teens where the skies are clearing and 20s elsewhere. There is a bit of a wind chill in some locations.
We haven’t had much sunshine this week, and today the gloomy skies continue. Highs will reach the low 30s with the chance for a few peeks of sunshine. Mostly cloudy skies are expected, and the clouds will win out again.
Tonight temps fall into the low 20s with mostly cloudy skies.
We’ve been tracking a system for Central Indiana Saturday. As of right now, that looks to stay south of us, but we will still see cloud cover and a chance for flurries and highs around the freezing mark.
We’re still closely watching next week. As of now, it looks like rain will begin late Monday and continue Tuesday. Wednesday rain begins to mix with some snow and light snow may be possible on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Wednesday and Thursday windy conditions look likely. We’ll keep you posted on the latest track of this system, so check back with us often.
We’re waking up with temps in the 20s this morning, there’s a bit of a wind chill with a few cities feeling like the teens.
Another cloudy and cold day is ahead for Central Indiana with a chance for light snow today. It’s cold enough that light snow showers could stick.
Tonight temps fall into the low to mid 20s.
Friday will be dry with a mix of sun and clouds.
Saturday another quick moving system brings us a chance of snow, but we’re tracking a much stronger system near Christmas. Right now it looks like we’ll see rain on Tuesday, with a transition to snow on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. This system is still days away, so check back with us for any and all updates.
Much colder air has arrived, and it’s settling in for the extended forecast. This morning some patchy freezing drizzle is possible, and with temps below freezing, a few slick spots on roads will be possible.
Highs will only reach the freezing mark today. However, it will feel colder with wind chills in the teens and 20s. Cloudy skies will be likely with a few breaks of sunshine possible late in the day.
Tonight temperatures fall into the low to mid 20s with partly cloudy skies.
Thursday the clouds remain, and so do the cold temperatures. There’s a chance for a few snow showers in the afternoon. At this point just a little accumulation of grassy areas looks possible.
We’re watching for light accumulating snow in the 7 day forecast on Saturday, and next Tuesday a wintry mix needs to be watched into Wednesday. We’ll keep you posted.
A mild, damp day is ahead for Central Indiana with a big temperature plunge coming our way by Wednesday morning.
We’ll likely reach our high temps this morning across the state in the mid to upper 40s, with temps nearly steady if not slightly falling for the afternoon.
The best chance of rain is this morning, but we can’t rule out spotty showers or drizzle for the afternoon. It will be a breezy afternoon with winds out of the west up to 25mph.
As temps fall tonight any lingering moisture could turn into a few flurries. Temps really turn chilly tonight as we fall into the mid 20s.
If you’re craving sunshine, our best chance at getting a few rays will be Wednesday and Thursday with a mix of sun and clouds and highs only in the low 30s.
Late Friday into Saturday we’re watching for the possibility of light snow. We’ll keep you posted as we get closer to the weekend.
Cloud cover will keep us cool around Central Indiana today, but just wait until you see the weekend forecast!
Highs remain below our “normal” high of 40 for this time of year. We’ll only top out in the mid 30s today thanks to the stubborn clouds.
Tonight the clouds break and temps fall into the 20s.
We will enjoy more sunshine tomorrow, but temperatures will remain cool with highs still struggling to reach the 40 degree mark.
A big warm up comes our way for the weekend more sunshine. By Sunday we could hit 50!
Soak up the dry time while you can, more rain is back in the forecast by Monday.
Temperatures are mild this morning as we’re waking up, in the mid 30s. Fog will be an issue for your morning commute, and later today, rain will be our weather headline.
Rain is likely for Central Indiana today, and will last into Saturday too. Highs will top out in the low 40s today.
At times, the rain will be heavy, especially south of I-70.
The wet weather is not expected to end until midday Saturday, and by that point along and north of I-70 .5- 1″ of rain is possible. South of I-70 1-2″ of rain will be possible.
We start to dry out Saturday afternoon, and we’ll see partly cloudy skies on Sunday with highs in the mid 30s.The 7 day forecast is pretty quiet with the exception of Monday into Tuesday. We’re watching for the possibility of a wintry mix. We’ll keep you posted!
For the morning commute we’ll see patchy drizzle, possibly mixed with some wintry precip along and south of I-70. This is something we will closely monitor throughout the morning.
Highs will reach the mid 30s today with patchy drizzle, and showers developing as we head into the afternoon.
Rain will be likely Friday, and a wet pattern is setting up for Central Indiana through Saturday.
Some rain totals could approach an inch, if not more by Saturday morning.
We should dry out Saturday afternoon with highs in the 40s, and by Sunday we’re back to sunshine.
The “warmth” is short lived. By Monday we could be tracking a chance of snow with highs only in the 30s.