When will the chilly temps move out?

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — We had abundant sunshine to start the weekend. However, the chill remains. Highs have only reached the 30s and lower 40s on Saturday, which is as much as 21 degrees colder than normal in Indy.

We’ll have one more cold night before we see our temperatures turn around.

High pressure will slide east overnight with winds shifting to the south. A warm front will lift north into our area early Sunday with milder air to follow.

Saturday lows dip into the 20s.

A freeze warning is posted for much of our area, including Indy, Columbus, Bloomington and Lafayette.

Clouds increase with parts of northern Indiana getting a wintry mix early Sunday. Rain will develop late afternoon and evening as a disturbance rolls in ahead of a cold front here in central Indiana.

The front will spark rain and isolated storms for Sunday evening and Monday. Highs each day will be milder in the upper 50s. Temperatures will turn even warmer later in the week.

A ridge will build over much of the Midwest, giving way to a quieter, warmer and drier weather pattern. Highs will reach the upper 60s and lower 70s by next weekend.

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