Storms are moving through tonight and will move out altogether by the later evening hours once a cold front moves through.
Skies will clear and temperatures will drop quickly into our Friday morning with lows dipping into the low 50s. You’ll probably want a jacket as you head out the door.
Highs will struggle to hit the low 60s tomorrow with partly to mostly cloudy skies and a north wind to 10 mph. We’ll see a slight chance for a shower or storm in southern Indiana, but the rest of us will stay dry.
We’ll cool into the mid 40s under partly cloudy skies Saturday morning and rise only into the mid 50s by Saturday afternoon, nearly 25 degrees colder than where we’ve been the past few days, so you might hang the shorts up for a few days until our next warm-up sweeps in.
In addition to the cool temps this weekend, rain and a few storms will return Saturday for most of us before clearing out into Sunday morning. The second half of the weekend looks better with highs rebounding into the low 60s with a mix of clouds and sunshine.
We’ll stay dry Monday and most of Tuesday with highs slowly climbing into the low 70s before another rain and storm opportunity slides in by mid-week.