We’ve enjoyed a nice, dry weekend and we’ll see at least one more day of sunshine before rain and gusty winds return to central Indiana.
With another night of clear skies, temps will be chilly as most head back to work and school tomorrow morning. Grab the coats!
You won’t need the cold weather gear long as plenty of sunshine and a south wind helps to warm us into the upper 70s tomorrow afternoon.
Late tomorrow, you’ll notice high, thin clouds beginning to push in from the south. Those will be associated with what’s left of Hurricane Irma as it begins to push our direction.
We’ll begin to see isolated rain bands and gusty winds by Tuesday afternoon. Gusts could reach 35-40 mph at times from what will likely be a tropical depression just to our southwest at that time.
We’ll see scattered showers and breezy conditions again Wednesday and early Thursday before conditions improve slightly Friday.
Temperatures will rebound as the remnants of Irma slide off to our east with highs reaching the low 80s both Saturday and Sunday with another round of storms slated to return late Sunday and Monday next week.