- Cold and blustery Halloween
- Unsettled, milder weather builds in
- Stronger cold front arrives early next week
Spooky Winds…Northerly breezes are strong and gusty and leading to wind chills in the lower-middle 20s across central Indiana this morning. Heavier winter coats will be a smart choice out the door! Otherwise, we’re a state divided from a cloud perspective: the southern half of Indiana will get in on the sunny act much sooner than the northern half of the state. As we look towards the all-important trick-or-treat weather tonight, anticipate dry conditions, lighter winds, and unseasonably chilly conditions continuing.
Our next storm system will approach Wednesday with showers. Rain may be mixed with wet snow or sleet Wednesday morning, but with temperatures above freezing, don’t look for any accumulation. Periods of showers and light rain will continue Thursday into Friday morning. Heavy rain won’t occur, but it’ll be damp at times. Saturday is a bit tricky- some solutions keep rain around, but we’re choosing the more “optimistic” approach for the purpose of this forecast update. Stay tuned.
Saturday will feature considerable cloudiness, slightly cooler air, and breezy conditions before a warmer close to the weekend. A southwesterly flow will help boost highs into the upper 60s Sunday afternoon ahead of an approaching cold front. That cold front will slide through here with showers and a couple claps of thunder Monday. Much colder air returns Monday night into Tuesday.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: Trace
- Rainfall: 0.50″ – 1.00″