We’re rounding out the winter season and heading towards spring. Temps look to rise, right on cue, but it’s going to come with several rain opportunities as well.
Skies will continue to clear tonight allowing temps to drop into the low 30s by early Sunday morning. However, with plenty of sun and a south wind, highs will climb back into the low 50s tomorrow afternoon. That’s just about the average high temperature for this time of year.
Enjoy the sunshine while it lasts! Rain showers and a few rumbles of thunder will slide back into central Indiana through the first day of Spring. Even with an abundance of clouds and showers, temperatures will have no problem climbing into the low 60s to start the work week.
Rain will clear out through the first half of Tuesday and temperatures will slowly drop into the low 50s again Tuesday and into the mid 40s by mid-week. We’ll stay mostly dry both days, but the end of the week looks soggy.
Temperatures will start a quick climb through the second half of the school week with highs in the upper 40s by Thursday and the low 60s by Friday. Rain will return by late Thursday and continue into Friday with a few rumbles of thunder likely both Friday and Saturday.