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The cold air is here and arctic air is on the way for the weekend. Saturday morning temperatures will be in the 20s and forecast highs are only in the upper 20s and lower 30s.
If you are going to the Purdue or Notre Dame football games, bundle up. Temperatures will be in the 20s for most of the time and with winds NW 15-25 mph, it will feel even colder. A few flurries are possible too.
As the arctic air moves our way on Saturday, flurries and a few snow showers are possible. No accumulation is expected, but if you are north and east of Indianapolis and get under a lake effect snow band you might have some snow stick to the grass. The coldest day will be Sunday, with lows in the teens and highs only in the 20s. Sunday morning wind chills will be in the single digits.
A few more flurries or snow showers are possible on Monday. The rest of the week looks dry and cold. The dry part is great news, if you have travel plans for Thanksgiving. We will keep you updated, but right now the holiday will be dry and chilly with highs in the 30s.
Temperatures are falling fast across central Indiana. Today’s high of 49 degrees happened shortly after midnight and temperatures have fallen into the upper 30s and lower 40s.
Winds are NNW near 20 mph and that puts wind chills in the lower 30s. Colder air will continue to push into central Indiana tonight and this weekend. In fact, an arctic front will arrive and trigger a few flurries and snow showers on Saturday and drop temperatures into the teens by Sunday morning. Highs on Saturday will only reach the upper 20s and lower 30s. The coldest day will be Sunday, with highs in the 20s.
Rain will continue to fall this evening and overnight. Temperatures will be nearly steady and near 50 degrees through late tonight. Friday will start with a few showers and low clouds and drizzle will be possible through Friday afternoon. Colder air starts to arrive Friday afternoon, with temperatures fall to near 40 degrees by Friday evening.
Cold describes the weekend forecast, with highs only in the 30s on Saturday and in the 20s on Sunday. Morning temperatures will be in the teens on Sunday and Monday. As that arctic air arrives on Saturday, snow showers and flurries will be possible. Lake effect snow showers may fall across our northeastern viewing area including: Marion, Muncie, Winchester. We will keep you updated.
There is an area of rain moving across Illinois now and it is in our forecast for this evening. Clouds and a few showers are in the Wednesday night forecast, with overnight temperatures near 40 degrees. Keep the umbrella handy through at least mid-day Friday. There will be light rain early Thursday, then low clouds and drizzle through mid-day. Right now we are timing the heaviest rain for later Thursday into early Friday. Highs on Thursday and Friday will be near 50 degrees.
The rain will end by Friday afternoon and arctic air will be on the way. This arctic drop includes temperatures falling into the 30s for highs on Saturday and into the 20s for highs by Sunday. Lows Sunday and Monday are forecast in the teens. In addition to the arctic air, there will be a few flurries flying on Saturday.
The SkyTrak 13 Weather Team is also tracking a developing weather system for early next week. We have the chance for a few snow showers in the Monday forecast. We will also be watching a developing southern storm system. If this system moves farther north, we will add snow chances to Tuesday and Wednesday. We will watch this closely and keep you updated. These are 2 busy travel days before Thanksgiving.
It is nice to have a quiet weather day, after yesterday’s severe weather. Temperatures are in the upper 40s and lower 50s right now. It feels cooler due to winds W 20-30 mph and gusting over 35 mph. Winds will diminish overnight, with lows in the upper 20s and lower 30s. Temperatures will fall into the upper 30s by 10pm and continue to fall from there. The Tuesday forecast includes a mix of sun and clouds and highs in the upper 40s. We are tracking the next chance for rain late Wednesday into Thursday. The end of the week looks soggy and by the weekend it looks frigid.
It has been cloudy all day, but it has been dry. That is changing now to our west and southwest. Doppler 13 Radar shows a few showers across Illinois and western Kentucky moving our way. We will include a few showers in the Friday night forecast. Saturday will be cloudy and dry, with highs in the lower 60s. Sunday will be wet and warm, with highs in the upper 60s. There is a slight risk for severe weather on Sunday. We will keep you updated, but right now be prepared for the rain to start Saturday night and last through early Sunday. We will be tracking a line of storms that is forecast to form during the afternoon hours of Sunday. Damaging winds will be possible with that line of storms.
After lots of sunshine today, clouds will arrive tonight. Overnight lows will fall into the upper 20s and lower 30s. Expect more clouds than sun on Friday, with highs in the upper 40s and lower 50s.
The SkyTrak 13 Weather Team will be tracking a developing storm system for this weekend. If you need some dry weather, Saturday will be your day with highs near 60 degrees. Rain chances arrive on Saturday night and will linger through Sunday night. Highs will near 70 on Sunday. There is a threat for severe weather on Sunday. Right now damaging winds and isolated tornadoes are possible. We now this is still several days away, but we want you to be prepared to stay ahead of the storm this weekend. As the storms move out Sunday night, more colder air will arrive early next week.
Skies will be mostly clear tonight, with lows in the 20s. After that cold start, temperatures will be in the range of 45-50 degrees. This will be a bit warmer than today, but still colder than the average of 54 degrees. It will be breezy too, with winds SW 10-20mph. After some morning sun, there will be some afternoon clouds. A mix of clouds and sun is in the Friday forecast too.
A warming trend is in the forecast for the weekend, with highs in the 50s on Saturday and in the 60s on Sunday. Saturday will be your dry day, with the best chance for rain arriving later Saturday night and Sunday. Sunday will be soggy, with the threat for heavy rain and wind. Rain totals might reach 1-3 inches by the time the rain ends on Monday. As the rain moves out, temperatures will tumble again and a few snow showers are possible on Tuesday.