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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.
The forecast will go from lows in the teens to 60s by the weekend. There will be a few flurries and snow showers through sunset north and east of Indianapolis this evening. Overnight it will be clear and cold. This is the big story from the SkyTrak13 Weather Team, as lows will fall into the teens by Wednesday morning. Wednesday will be sunny, but cold with highs only near 40 degrees. The average high is 54 degrees, so highs will be about 15 degrees colder than average for the middle of November. Highs will be near 50 degrees for Thursday and Friday. We are tracking 60 degree warmth for the end of the weekend. The weekend forecast also includes rain chances. Right now the steadiest rain is forecast for fall Sunday into Monday. We will keep you updated on the rainfall potential and timing, just in case you have weekend outdoor plans.
It is a cold afternoon across central Indiana. Temperatures right now are in the 30s for most of central Indiana. The coldest is Lafayette at 29 degrees with a wind chill of 19. It is 36 in Indianapolis with a wind chill of 27. Actual air temperatures tonight will fall into the teens and wind chills dropping to near 10 by early Wednesday morning.
If you are heading north on I 69 between now and sunset, watch for some lake effect snow showers. A few may move as far south as Muncie, Marion and Winchester.
The rain has changed to snow for most of central Indiana. The change to snow will happen for Bloomington and Columbus before midnight. Snow totals will be near 1 inch. It isn’t a lot of snow, but much colder air arriving overnight will lead to some slick roads Tuesday morning. There will also be lake effect snow developing with winds N 10-20 mph overnight and then NW 10-20 mph Tuesday afternoon. These lake effect snow bands may come as far south as Lafayette, Kokomo, Marion and Muncie. These bands may quickly reduce visibility and stick to the roads. Keep this in mind if you travel on I 65 north of Indianapolis or I 69 on Tuesday.
Tuesday will be cold and windy, with highs in the 30s and winds NW 10-20mph. This chill will linger through mid-week. Milder air returns for the end of the week and the weekend.
Light rain will change to snow this evening…around 7pm in Lafayette, 10pm in Indianapolis and midnight in Bloomington. Snow totals will be near an inch. Watch for slick roads overnight and on Tuesday. Most of the steady snow will end by the Tuesday morning commute, but lake effect snow will be possible through Tuesday afternoon. Higher snow totals will be possible where the lake effect snow falls. Those lake effect snow bands may come as far south as Lafayette, Kokomo, Muncie and Marion on Tuesday. Tuesday will be cold and windy for all of central Indiana, with a few flurries too. We will start the day in the 20s and only reach the 30s Tuesday afternoon. Winds will be NW 10-20mph with some higher gusts possible.
This much colder than average trend will last through Wednesday, with lows in the 20s and highs in the 30s. A milder change arrives for the end of the week and the weekend. Highs will be back into the 40s by Thursday and into the 50s by Friday. It will be a few rain showers possible later Friday and more rain chances Sunday and Monday.
Clouds are starting to move across central Indiana now and these clouds will do us a favor…it won’t be as cold tonight. Instead of the 20s, we are forecast lows in the 30s. Saturday will be windy and mild, with highs in the range of 55-60 degrees and winds SW 15-25 mph with some higher gusts. Expect a mix of clouds and sun on Saturday and mostly sunny skies on Sunday.
The Colts are home at Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday. Tailgate temperatures will be in the lower 40s and highs will be near 50 degrees on Sunday, with mostly sunny skies.
We are tracking a developing weather system for early next week. We have been talking about this for several days. The latest analysis indicates a faster timeline. We are now forecasting rain by late Monday afternoon changing to snow chances Monday night and Tuesday. We will keep you updated on that timing and if any of the snow will stick and how much will fall.
Temperatures right now are in the upper 40s and lower 50s. A few clouds are moving our way too. We are not expecting any rain and these clouds will do us a favor…it won’t be as cold tonight. Your Operation Football forecast includes temperatures in the 40s and cold enough for a coat. Lows will fall into the 30s. The weekend forecast is dry, but it will be windy on Saturday, with highs in the range of 55-60 degrees and winds SW 15-25mph. Sunday will be sunny and cooler and near 50 degrees. We are still tracking rain and snow chances fore early next week.
Central Indiana has enjoyed a lot of sun today. Temperatures are in the 40s now, but there is enough of a breeze to make it feel like 39 in Lafayette. It is 48 in Indianapolis, with a wind chill of 42. I am noticing a change across the northern half of the state right now. There is an area of clouds moving our way. A few clouds are in the forecast for this evening, but the bigger story will be the chill. Temperatures overnight will fall into the upper 20s and lower 30s. A mix of sun and clouds is in the Friday forecast, with highs near 50 degrees.