- Dry weekend
- Rain arrives late Sunday night/ early Monday
- Feeling much more like fall next week
Heat Is Limited…Despite areas of low clouds and fog, we’re looking at a mostly dry weekend. A large temperature contrast will be noted from northeast parts of the state to the southwest corner this afternoon as a backdoor cold front continues to press south. Showers will build in late Sunday night (well after most folks head to bed). This is in association with an autumn cold front that will sweep through the region Monday morning. Showers will continue through the morning hours before a northwest wind shift helps usher in a drier and much cooler air mass Monday afternoon. You’ll want to reach for the jacket and your favorite pumpkin beverage Monday evening…
Unseasonably cool air will be with us for the balance of the upcoming work week, along with a northwest flow. It’ll feel much more like fall and the cooler, drier air mass will really help ignite the fall color change across central IN.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 0.25″ – 0.50″