Areas of rain, fog and mist to start out the day. Rain will be most likely from now until to midday. The disturbance causing the rain will slide east of the state this afternoon, allowing for a drier finish to the day.
Due to the thick blanket of clouds, temperatures will hold steady in the 45 to near 50 range.
Sunday will be our last unseasonably warm day for awhile. Highs will range from the 40s in north-central Indiana, to the low/mid 50s along and south of the I-70 corridor.
Cold air crashes into the state Monday morning… pushing daytime highs into the 30s. The arrival of the chill “may” be enough to change the backside of rain over to a period of flurries/snow showers early Monday morning.
If you like sunshine you’re going to love next week. After Monday the sky over Central Indiana will be mostly blue. However, the bright sky will be a bit deceiving with an air mass more typical of December. Have a great day and an even better weekend.