Get ready for a mild Saturday! Patchy fog and drizzle are possible in the morning hours. Highs today will reach the upper 40s to around 50 degrees with cloudy skies.
Tonight, temperatures stay relatively mild, only dropping to the mid 40s. Warm, moist air is moving up from the south. Combine that with a cold front heading our way, and rain is in the forecast tonight through Sunday. Overnight showers and thunderstorms are likely. At times heavy rain is possible with wind gusts up to 35 mph.
It looks like most of the heavy rain will exit by 2pm Sunday. So, if you’re heading out to Lucas Oil Stadium to tailgate, dress for wet and windy weather! By the time all is said and done Sunday night, most spots will pick up, up to one inch of rain, while isolated towns pick up one to two inches of rain.
Monday, colder air comes our way, and a rain/snow mix is likely. At this point, up to one inch of snow may be possible from this little burst as highs reach the mid 30s, drastically cooler from the weekend!
Tuesday, light snow is still a possibility, with sunshine on the way Wednesday. Highs remain around 30 degrees through Thursday.