Cool and Dry Today, Election Day Showers

This morning was the coldest since March 4th! Our low officially for Indy fell to 27 degrees. Our average low is 39.

This afternoon, we’ll be cool but dry as a weather system pushes to our south and west bringing rain to parts of Illinois and Kentucky. We’ll get the high clouds courtesy of that system, but we will stay dry. Our high of 47 will be well below the average high of 58.

Election Day tomorrow starts of dry, but clouds rush in and light rain follows. We have a chance of up to 1/10″ of rain moving in as early as tomorrow afternoon and lingering into Wednesday morning. It won’t be heavy, but it could be inconvenient for any voters close to poll-closing time who many have to wait in lines outside.

We’ll stay dry through the rest of the week with a warming trend on the way. We could get close to 60 on Friday and we’ll surge into the mid 60s for the weekend.

Our Hoosier Pic today at noon is from Makayla Eicher who shared this pic of a 6-month-old super Colts fan! Share your pics here: or

Have a good one!

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