A wind advisory is in place until 7 pm this evening with gusts at times clocking in at over 40 mph.
Winds will subside a bit tonight, but with a south wind this evening, overnight lows will remain very warm. We’ll only bottom out in the upper 60s tomorrow morning, closer to the average high than the low for this time of year.
No need for the jacket tomorrow at any point, unless it’s waterproof. Rain chances will return to central Indiana tomorrow with just under half of us set to get wet.
Better rain and storm chances will slide our direction as we close out the work week and head into the weekend. Keep the umbrellas handy Friday, Saturday and Sunday as our next storm system brings upwards of an inch or more of rain to the area over the 72 hour span.
Highs will start to sink to more seasonable levels after this storm system passes with highs in the mid to upper 70s through the weekend and low 70s early next week.
We’ll dry out briefly Monday before rain pushes back in again Tuesday and Wednesday next week.