- Chilly Saturday
- Brighter Sunday
- Unsettled week ahead
Improving Weekend Weather…The second half of the weekend will most certainly be more pleasant than the way we’re opening up. Expect mostly cloudy skies with a potential quick-hitting shower, especially from Indianapolis and points northeast through the afternoon hours. Drier air will then push in this evening and help set-up a very pleasant Sunday. After a chilly Saturday, lower 50s sure will feel nice with that sunshine Sunday.
Unfortunately, we won’t be able to hang onto the sunny conditions for long. Clouds increase Monday and evening showers develop. Tuesday is a transition day and we’ll include mention of showers Tuesday morning before drier, colder air builds south Tuesday night and Wednesday.
A fast transition to a moist southerly flow will greet us for the latter portions of the week and we’ll ramp up shower and thunderstorm chances Thursday PM into Friday as a cold front approaches. It’ll also be very windy (non-thunderstorm gusts of 40 MPH+).
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 0.50″ – 1.00″
Our friend, Moe, sent these images from earlier in the week just north of Frankfort. Despite the unseasonably cold weather we’ve been dealing with, these shots, separated only by a few hours, illustrate the power of that increasingly high March sun angle.