After a long stretch of below average temperatures, we’ll start to get a friendly reminder that spring is almost here. Numerous rain chances also return to the extended forecast.
Fog continues to push away from central Indiana this morning, as a weak cold front marches through the state. Expect a mainly clear sky for most of the state this morning, followed by an increase in clouds this afternoon. Can’t rule out an isolated sprinkle or two for areas northeast of Indy.
Temperatures won’t move a lot today – only topping out in the lower to middle 40s.
Skies clear allowing for another frosty overnight. Lows fall to the lower to middle 30s.
Beautiful weather on tap for the close of the weekend. Mostly sunny skies and much warmer temperatures – with highs returning to the lower 50s
A boundary moves through the state, sparking showers Monday morning. A few thunderstorms could be possible for the southern half of the state. Highs top out in the lower 60s.
A few lingering rain chances will hang around for Tuesday morning before a shot of cooler and drier air moves in for the middle of the week.
8 Day Forecast:
After a mild stretch to start the week – temperatures will fall back to the 40s for Wednesday and Thursday. Another round of rain chances from Thursday through Saturday, with temperatures rebounding to the 60s for next weekend.