Highs will reach the upper 50s today with partly cloudy skies and a breeze out of the west up to 15mph.
Tonight, lows will be mild, in the mid 40s with winds out of the southwest up to 15mph, setting us up for a nice Tuesday as highs warm into the mid 60s.
Tuesday will be mostly sunny with wind gusts out of the west up to 25mph. So, we’ll have a breezy day, but temps will be above normal for this time of year. The normal high this time of year is 58, the normal low, 37.
We remain warm and sunny Wednesday with highs in the low to mid 60s, but Thursday we’ll come close to 70. We’re also looking for showers and storms on Thursday, so we’ll keep you posted on the exact timing.
As of now, Easter weekend looks dry with highs in the low to mid 50s.
Winter like weather isn’t leaving Central Indiana just yet.
Highs will only reach the mid 30s today with a mix of sun and clouds and we could see a few flurries. Our normal low this time of year is 36, our normal high is 56.
Tonight temps fall into the teens. We’re forecasting an overnight low in Indianapolis of 17, that’s one degree shy of the all time low record of 16 set back in 1934.
We’ll have a cold start Saturday morning, but there will be plenty of sunshine as highs only reach the upper 30s.
Sunday will be warmer with highs near 50, however, we’re watching for light afternoon rain.
The 60s return in the 7 day starting Tuesday.
Showers and thunderstorms have arrived in Central Indiana and will be with us through the morning commute. At times the rain will be heavy, and up to 1″ of rain will be possible. As colder air works in, a few snow showers may develop in North Central Indiana this morning too. We’re not ruling out accumulation on grassy areas, however, temps will be above freezing. The rain ends by noon with cloudy skies and a high of 45 today.
Tonight will be cold as temps fall into the 20s with partly cloudy skies.
Flurries are possible Friday, with highs only reaching the mid to upper 30s. The normal high this time of year is 56, the normal low is 36.
We will see sunshine Saturday, but not before we come close to a record low. Saturday morning temps fall to about 18 degrees, the record low is 16 from 1934. Saturday will be cold but sunny with highs in the upper 30s.
We’re back to the 50s starting Sunday, but rain is possible late in the day. We’ll keep you posted on the timing.
Keep the rain gear close, a soggy Friday is ahead with rain showers lingering into Saturday. The potential for flooding is something we will be watching closely. Despite the rain, temps will still reach the low to mid 50s today.
At times the rain will be heavy, and flooding is a concern, especially in our southern counties. That’s why a Flood Watch is in effect until Saturday afternoon.
Check out how the rain moves in on FutureTrak13.
This is the rainfall potential by Saturday.
The rain will end by late Saturday morning, then we have a chance to dry out with a mix of sun and clouds late in the afternoon.
Sunday will be nice and sunny with some of the best weather arriving in Central Indiana for Monday. We could come close to hitting 70!
A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for all of Central Indiana until 10am. At times, visibility will be reduced to less than a quarter of a mile.
This afternoon we’ll see sunshine as temps warm into the mid to upper 50s.
Skies will clear tonight as temps fall into the low 30s. We’ll have a chilly start Thursday morning, but a beautiful temp rebound as we make a run at 60!
More rain is on the way Friday into Saturday. As of right now a half an inch of rain or more is possible into Saturday morning.
The weekend will start off soggy, but end on a sunny note with highs in the low 50s Sunday. The mid 60s could be on the way for Monday, however, we cool back into the 40s by Tuesday.
Keep your umbrella handy today. Scattered showers will be likely through early afternoon as mild temps in the 50s settle in.
The steadiest rain will be along and south of I-70. Up to .25″ of rain is expected.
Despite the rain, highs should still make it into the low 50s. The last time we reached 50 degrees was February 8th. Tonight the clouds break as temps fall into the mid to upper 30s.
Wednesday and Thursday enjoy the sunshine with highs near 60, because by Friday we’re tracking our next chance for rain as temps fall into the low 50s for highs.
The weekend was just a preview of the mild temperatures settling into Central Indiana, this week, we get even warmer!
Highs will reach the mid 40s today with partly cloudy skies. Our normal high this time of year is 49, so we’ll be close to that.
Tonight clouds will be on the increase with a chance for rain developing by early Tuesday morning as highs reach the low 50s.
Notice on FutureTrak13 that a few sprinkles are possible early Tuesday, with rain becoming more likely during the day. The greatest chance for steady rain will be south of I-70.
Despite the rain Tuesday, temps will still manage to warm into the 50s, and this is just the start of a mild pattern this week.
Wednesday we’ll hit the mid 50s and by Thursday we could be flirting with 60! Rain chances come back into the forecast late Thursday into Friday. A few showers may linger into Saturday, we’ll keep you posted.
The arctic air is somewhat easing, and now our attention is turned to accumulating snow in Central Indiana this weekend.
Highs will reach the low 20s today with mostly cloudy skies, there could be a few flurries or snow showers too.
Tonight winter storm warning and advisories go into place.
Our main chance for snow will ramp up tonight. After 10pm snow is expected to move in and last through Saturday afternoon. Here’s how the hour by hour forecast plays out through FutureTrak13.
It does appear that sleet / ice / rain could mix in, in our southern counties, if that happens, snow totals will be reduced there. We will be watching this very closely. This is our latest thinking of snow totals, again, this could change depending on the type of precip that falls.
The take away from this forecast is that travel Saturday will be messy. Expect slick roads, limited visibility and changing conditions if you are doing any long distance traveling.
In the 7 day forecast, another arctic blast is headed our way early next week.