Election Day Clouds Increase, Showers This EveningBy
After cool sunshine this morning and lows in the 20s, we’ve rebounded into the 40s with sunshine through midday. But this afternoon, clouds will take over. After dark, we’ll watch light showers push into the state. Most areas will see less than 1/10″ of rain beginning this evening and lingering into tomorrow morning. Temperatures by early morning could drop into the mid 30s to our north, so any leftover moisture *might* try to mix a little, but in the Metro it should be liquid with lows in the upper 30s.
Tomorrow, we’ll start with clouds, fog and maybe some drizzle, then watch decreasing clouds with highs in the upper 40s. That will make 13 straight days of below average temps.
We’ll enjoy sunshine and a warming trend heading into the weekend. Mid 60s are still on track for Saturday and Veterans Day Sunday, but a strong cold front brings an end to our warmth Sunday night into Monday bringing showers and storms. Temperatures behind the front will top out only in the 50s Monday and 40s by next Tuesday.
Our Hoosier Pic today is from David Lawrence who captured this gorgeous fall scene yesterday. Share your pic here: https://www.facebook.com/ChikageWindlerFanPage?ref=hl or here: https://www.facebook.com/WTHR13?fref=ts.
Hope you didn’t have to wait in a long line to vote today,