Plan on lots of sunshine for your Sunday with a cold start but nice finish. Highs should top out in the upper 30s to low 40s.
We’ll stay dry until Monday night. That’s when a large storm system now in the Rockies will push moisture into the Hoosier State. When it first arrives, temperatures should be warm enough for just rain. We could see 1/2″ to 1″ of rain between Monday night and late Tuesday. But as colder air wraps into the storm late Tuesday, a transition to mix then snow is expected. We’ll keep the chance of light snow Wednesday and Thursday with flurries and snow showers still possible Friday and Saturday. Though it could snow off and on for several days, it doesn’t look like any huge accumulations. Most areas could pick up between 1 and 2″ over the course of that long stretch. Stay tuned for changes.
Temperatures will take a wintry turn next week as well. Wednesday into the weekend, highs are only expected to reach into the 30s. Our average high this time of year is 43.
Our Hoosier Pic at 6 comes courtesy of Sally McAndrews who snapped these melting icicles as we thawed out this afternoon.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!