Last night Indianapolis picked up .82″ of rain at the airport. We won’t be adding much to that today, the big story is a cold push of air that’s coming our way.
Through the morning isolated sprinkles are possible across Central Indiana as the moisture works it’s way to the west. Temps this morning are in the low to mid 50s, by this afternoon, they will fall into the 30s. A few flurries may be possible late this afternoon.
Wednesday, highs only hit the low 30s, but it will never feel that “warm” thanks to winds up to 20mph.
Thursday and Friday look dry with highs warming into the upper 30s.
However, things could change Friday night. A small clipper system will move through and we could be tracking light snow for Saturday morning. We’ll keep you updated, as the system continues to evolve.