Broad low continues to churn directly over Indiana. The North and Western sides of the storm will continue to see the brunt of the active weather with light pesky rain continuing. Places in Illinois can expect to see rain totals of perhaps a half inch with most places seeing about a tenth. Here at home it’s unlikely the rain will bring more than a tenth of an inch on average to any one spot.
While it may be slow, this weekend we will see temperatures ticking up just slightly both Saturday and Sunday. We will be looking at temperatures in the 70s for the weekend with partly cloudy skies. Another front moves just north of area by Sunday bringing with it another chance for rain. The cold weather will stall out and won’t move through, allowing us to continue warming through Tuesday. Tuesday highs could hit 90! Officially we have the Indianapolis Tuesday high at a somewhat more conservative 85 degrees. Tuesday will see the week’s warmest weather.
Something new this morning with regards to the long term forecast. A potent blast of cold air is forecast to slide in on Wednesday into Thursday. This would mark the first time this season we have seen a dense pack of cold Northern Canadian air make it this far South. Model data is hinting to the possibility of sharply colder air moving in with potential highs dipping to the low 60s. At this time we are continuing with highs near 70 but things could certainly get colder depending on just how far the cold blast can get.
Today: More clouds and cool with passing showers High: 69
Tonight: Shower chance, mostly cloudy and cool Low: 58
Saturday: Peeks of sunshine, isolated shower/storm High: 74
Sunday: Partly sunny with shower/storm chance High: 79
Monday: Partly cloudy and warmer High: 85
Tuesday: Warm and breezy, evening storm chance High: 89