If you look outside tonight, you can’t miss the sight of the full moon. It’s the Full Harvest Moon and it reaches its fullest at 11:19pm. We’ll have clear skies for a great view. Temps fall through the 60s and we’ll wake up to low 50s in town and 40s in outlying areas in the morning.
Tomorrow’s temps will be slightly cooler than today’s. We hit 73 (average is 72) today, but tomorrow most spots will land in the upper 60s to around 70, courtesy of a slightly cooler northeast flow. Skies will remain mostly sunny, so it will be a great day for a trip to your nearest pumpkin patch.
After the 5th wettest September on record, it looks like October may start on a wet note as well! Monday, clouds increase and by late day into the evening, FutureTrak13 is showing rain pushing in to Central Indiana. The best chance (and heaviest amounts) of rain Monday and Tuesday look like they’ll be in Southeastern Indiana, but Central Indiana could get up to 1/4″ if the moisture makes it this far north.
The track of the system that’s bringing the rain isn’t clear-cut just yet, but it has been dumping heavy rain on parts of Texas and Louisiana already.
Here’s your WTHR-TV 7-day…which includes a MAJOR cool-down by the end of the week. Signs are pointing to the coldest air of the season by far moving in next Saturday and Sunday with highs in the 50s and frost possible both Sunday (Oct. 7th) and Monday (Oct. 8th) mornings. For some of the coldest spots, a hard freeze may be possible!
Finally, here’s our WTHR-TV Hoosier Pic of the day for Saturday. This gorgeous rose in New Palestine was captured by Teresa Zimmerman. Share your pic! Post it here: https://www.facebook.com/ChikageWindlerFanPage or here: https://www.facebook.com/WTHR13
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!