- Afternoon showers
- Patchy frost Thursday morning
- Chilly air reinforcements
Flannel Weather…Late October averages across central Indiana include highs in the lower 60s and lows in the lower 40s. The balance of this forecast update will include temperatures well below those seasonal norms. Have the coats, jackets, and flannel 🙂 at the ready!
While early parts of our Wednesday could feature a couple looks at the sun, mostly cloudy conditions will dominate our hump day along with scattered afternoon showers. Thursday will be a ‘tweener- morning frost will give way to more in the way of sunshine, with an increasingly gusty southwest breeze by the afternoon!
Our next cold front will approach to close the work week. Showers will spread into the state after a dry start to the day and a cold northwest wind will hit like a wall Friday evening. Look for a sharply colder close to the day.
A deep trough of low pressure will dominate our weekend, supplying the coldest air so far this season, along with considerable cloudiness. Spokes of upper level energy will rotate overhead and help generate a light shower or two, especially Sunday. Yes, temperatures will be cold enough to allow for a little snow to mix in as well.
Looking ahead to Halloween- reinforcing chilly air should be spilling south behind a Monday frontal passage and this will set the tone for chilly conditions as the trick-or-treaters take to the streets. Plan to bundle up!
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Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
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- Rainfall: 0.25″ – 0.75″