- Improving weekend weather
- Dry, warmer open to the work week
- Strong late week cold front
Slow Improvements…The “cut off” upper low that’s plagued the region for the past few days will slowly begin to lift north this weekend. Eventually it’ll get absorbed into the westerlies and get outta’ here! The end result will be a slowly improving weekend. Rain coverage will be greater today than Sunday, but less than Friday! 🙂 Slow moving showers and embedded thunder will be most numerous this afternoon before slowly diminishing tonight. While we’ll have to maintain mention of a shower Sunday, most folks will remain dry.
The work week will get off to a dry start along with moderating temperatures. Highs by mid week will reach the lower 80s as a southwesterly air flow dominates ahead of an approaching strong autumn front.
While timing still needs to be fine tuned, we’re focusing in on the cold front passing through central IN Friday morning. Ahead of the boundary, scattered showers and thunderstorms can be expected followed by an abrubt NW wind shift and a MUCH cooler air mass for the weekend. Speaking of cool, it wouldn’t surprise us to see some neighborhood lows into the upper 30s next weekend.
It is October, after all…
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 0.50″ – 0.75″ (locally heavier totals)