Today’s high only managed 45 degrees in Indy, 13 degrees below average. Tonight with clearing skies and light winds, we’ll watch temperatures plunge into the 20s across Central Indiana.
After a frosty start, we’ll enjoy cool sunshine with scattered high clouds from time to time on Monday. Temperatures may only manage upper 40s despite the sunshine.
Election Day starts dry but could end wet. We’ll have increasing clouds with showers developing northwest to southeast late afternoon into the night. For now, it looks like rain totals through early Wednesday will be very light, less than 1/10″.
The rest of the week looks dry and progressively milder. We could reach 60 by Friday with mid 60s by next weekend. A strong cold front is slated for Monday the 12th bringing an abrupt return to cool weather along with the chance of showers and storms. While our weather is looking very quiet this week, the Northeast could be in for a major Nor’easter on Thursday, which may add to the woes of folks recovering from Sandy.
Finally, our Hoosier Pic at 6 courtesy of Nicholas Robinson who shared this photo of his kids all decked out in Colts gear. They stayed at home with the grandparents while Mom and Dad went to the game. We’d love to see your pics! Share them here: https://www.facebook.com/ChikageWindlerFanPage?ref=hl or here: https://www.facebook.com/WTHR13?fref=ts
Have a great week!