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.
It’s a warm and mild start across Central Indiana with temps in the 50s and 60s this morning. That’s 20-30 degrees warmer than our wake up temperatures Saturday!
Highs will reach the low 60s today with a southwest breeze up to 25mph.
That’s well above our normal high of 45, and close to the record of 68 set back in 1927.
Even though it’s mile, cloudy skies will hang over our heads with drizzle and rain chances developing for the afternoon. Scattered showers will be likely after noon, with less than .25″ of rain expected.
It’s the last day of November, so far we’ve picked up 2.78″ of rain for the month, that’s below average.
Tonight temperatures fall fast, and my Monday morning we’ll be in the 30s.
We don’t warm up much Monday, and while most of the rain will be gone there’s a chance for a wintry mix to linger in our southern viewing area.
In the 7 day forecast we gradually warm up, but rain chances go up too as we head towards the end of the week. As of right now, next weekend looks dry.
It’s a cold start with temps in the teens and 20s and wind chills that are even colder across Central Indiana. A few flurries are possible this morning with a mix of sun and clouds this afternoon.
Highs will only reach the mid 30s today, but warmer weather is on the way for the weekend. That somewhat starts tonight with temps steady this evening into the overnight. If you’re heading down to the circle of lights expect temps in the mid 30s with dry conditions.
Saturday will be breezy with highs in the upper 40s/low 50s. Late Saturday night patchy drizzle is possible. Rain is more likely Sunday as highs warm into the mid to upper 50s. The warmth is short lived as temps fall back into the 30s Monday with a wintry mix.
We’re off to a cool start with temps in the 40s, but a BIG change is coming our way for the weekend with highs in the 70s!
A few sprinkles are possible this morning, but as we head into the afternoon the clouds will thin as highs top out in the mid 60s.
Tonight will be perfect for Operation Football as temperatures fall into the 50s for kick off.
Saturday morning isolated sprinkles are possible, but not everyone will see rain. Partly cloudy skies will be around Saturday with highs in the low 70s. Sunday we’ll see plenty of sunshine and by Monday we’ll warm into the mid 70s! Our next best chance for widespread showers and storms will be Tuesday.
We’re off to a chilly start in Central Indiana with temps in the 30s, and a Frost Advisory is in effect until 9am. Patchy fog is likely this morning as well, so use extra care as you head out.
Even though we’re cold this morning, a beautiful afternoon is ahead with increasing clouds and highs around 60.
Tonight a few sprinkles are possible after midnight, and could stick around very early tomorrow morning.
However, the clouds start to thin on Friday and the warmth moves in with a great weekend forecast ahead! Our next chance for rain starts on Tuesday.
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.