Clouds have increased for the second half of our weekend courtesy of a clipper system moving to our southwest.
Temperatures have been cooler as well compared to yesterday. With the clouds, we’ve seen a stiff northeast wind which have both helped to hold high temps in the upper 30s and lows 40s across central Indiana.
As we head into the evening, temps will steadily sink from the low 40s into the mid 30s, eventually bottoming out in the mid 20s by daybreak. You’ll need the big coat if you’re headed off to work or school. Outside of the cold temps, we will not have any Monday commute problems, weather wise.
Clouds will quickly fill-in through the late morning and early afternoon as a cold front slides in from the northwest. This next clipper system will give us our next chance for a rain to snow mix late Monday and a wintry mix of rain and snow Tuesday.