Sunday’s sunshine helped warm us up to 32 and we’ll see an even bigger warm-up for President’s Day Monday as a warm front pushes through.
Temps warm through the night out of the 20s and into the low 30s by morning. We’ll surge into the 40s by lunchtime with highs in the low 50s. Our average high is 41, so we’ll top that by 10 degrees! At the same time, we’ll watch southerly winds at 15-25 mph with gusts of 30+ move in. And by late afternoon, rain follows. We could get around 1/2″ of rain with higher amounts to the south.
The rain turns to light snow after midnight Monday night and if it gets cold enough before all the moisture moves out, we could see enough snow pre-dawn Tuesday for a coating to maybe 1″ in some spots. Most of the day Tuesday will be dry but blustery. We stay cold Wednesday before another system moves in. Late Thursday into Friday, we’ll see a possible wintry mix – which could include freezing rain. Icy roads could be a problem, so this bears watching.
Our Hoosier Pic of the day comes from Rachel Holaday who snapped this shot of some bird saying “signs of spring” are here!
Have a great week!