Temps in the 50s? Yep! They’re on the way!
Clouds will be on the increase today as highs hit the low to mid 50s across Central Indiana. I can’t rule out a spotty shower north of I-70 during the day, but most spots look to stay dry. It’s warm, above our average high of 43, however, not a record, that would be 70 set back in 1922.
Tonight, a spotty shower is possible as temps drop to the low 40s.
Scattered showers are likely Thursday, but temps will reach the mid to upper 50s! We won’t set a record, that was 71 back in 2000. A rumble of thunder is possible too, but severe storms are not expected.
By Friday, much cooler air moves in and a rain/snow mix is possible.
If you’re looking forward to the weekend… get ready for drier conditions, and a bit of a warm up.