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    Sunny, But Frigid Close To The Work Week…Much needed sunshine will greet you out the door this morning, but temperatures are at mid-winter levels.  Many are dealing with temperatures in the middle to upper teens this morning.  Bundle up and plan on another unseasonably cold day, despite the sunshine.

    Another note- some areas received a quick coating to half inch of snow last night across central Indiana.  Please plan to slow it down and take it easy on the roadways this morning as some slick spots have been reported.

    Complicated Weekend…The first round of light snow will arrive Saturday night into the wee morning hours Sunday.  Clouds will lower and thicken as Saturday progresses, with developing nighttime snow.  We still expect amounts around 1″ for some across central Indiana Saturday night into Sunday morning (especially north of the I-70 corridor).

    The second potential round of snow is still up for much debate Sunday evening into Monday morning.  Most forecast models suggest moisture is just off to our southeast, keeping most of central Indiana dry.  That said, experience in the past with systems like these suggest we need to remain on our toes with a potential “jog” northwest with the precipitation shield over the next 24 hours, or so.  We’ll feel better about this Saturday morning.  For now, we’re holding firm to the forecast we’ve had out and suggest the chance of another round of light snow Sunday night into Monday morning.

    Big Cold…A huge push of arctic air (even colder than this week) will invade early next week.  Monday through Wednesday mornings will feature teens for lows and highs only in the 20s Monday and Tuesday.  Scattered snow showers will accompany the reinforcing arctic air Tuesday.

    A light wintry mix of rain and snow may develop Thursday evening, but we’ll focus more on that as time draws closer.

    IndySportsReport.com High School Football Forecast:

    It’ll be a dry, but frigid night for playoff football across central Indiana.  We suggest dressing in plenty of layers and a warm beverage wouldn’t be a bad idea either.  Temperatures will be in the middle to upper 20s with a general light breeze this evening.  Be sure to follow @IndySportsRep on Twitter for your latest central Indiana sports news.

    Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:

    • 7-Day Rainfall Forecast: 0.10″
    • 7-Day Snowfall Forecast: 1″ – 2″


  • IndySportsReport.com High School Football Forecast Highlighted By Dry, Cool Evening…

    Rain showers are moving into central Indiana this morning, but rainfall amounts should be light. Some folks won’t get wet at all.

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    Good news is that these showers will move out of the region and we’ll introduce a dry regime by the afternoon and evening.

    Forecast radar at 7pm shows a rain-free Indiana.

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    Temperatures will slowly fall into the lower and middle 50s by the 2nd half.

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    Your official IndySportsReport.com High School Football Forecast for Friday, October 24th:

    Dry and pleasant with temperatures around 60° at kick off, falling into the lower and middle 50s by the end of the game. Light southwest winds generally 5 MPH, or less. Enjoy your game!


  • Breezy For Your IndySportsReport.com High School Football Forecast…

    Today will be the mildest day of the upcoming seven day stretch as highs top out in the upper 60s with a good deal of sunshine. The trade off? Gusty southwest winds that eventually shift to the northwest during many high school football games this evening as a cold front moves through the region.

    Winds will still be gusty during your favorite game tonight (15-20 MPH).

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    After highs in the upper 60s today, most communities will quickly fall into the 50s for game time. With a continued gusty breeze, be sure to pack the jacket!

    Forecast 6pm temperatures:

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    Your official IndySportsReport.com high school football forecast for Friday, October 17th:

    Mostly cloudy, breezy, and turning cooler. A widely scattered shower is possible across northern and northeastern portions of the state. Most will stay dry. Temperatures falling into the lower 50s central and north and upper 50s downstate by the end of the game. West wind 15-20 mph and gusty will shift to the northwest during the game. Precipitation totals where it does rain will be light and under 0.10″.


  • IndySportsReport.com High School Football Forecast: Rain For Some…

    A stalled frontal boundary is draped over central portions of the state this morning and an area of low pressure will move east along the front today. High pressure to our north will limit just how far north rain makes it this afternoon and evening. If you have plans on attending high school football games south of the I-70 corridor, plan on wet conditions for the game. Improving conditions (though still chilly) can be expected further north. If your high school football game is across northern portions of the state, you likely won’t deal with any sort of rainfall this evening.

    Here’s a look at forecast radar this evening:

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    Indysportsreport.com high school football forecast for Friday, October 10th:

    Mostly cloudy and chilly. Light rain likely, especially along and south of the I-70 corridor. Temperatures in the upper 40s to lower 50s. Northeast wind 5-15 mph. Game time rainfall potential will be around one tenth of an inch north of I-70 and one half to three quarters of an inch downstate.

    Here’s a look at expected total precipitation today through 9pm:

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  • Cold; Rainy IndySportsReport.com High School Football Forecast…

    The first of two cold fronts is moving through the region this morning. After some clearing into the early afternoon the second frontal boundary will slam into the area this evening with a MUCH colder push of air roaring in along with another round of showers.

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    We’re not talking about heavy rain tonight or severe thunderstorms, but pesky showers will be around. Plan to take the rain gear.

    You’ll also want to carry along the heavier coats as temperatures fall through the 50s and into the 40s before the final whistle. Wind chills will fall into the 30s by the second half.

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    Official IndySportsReport.com high school football forecast for Friday, October 3rd:

    Windy and much colder. Periodic showers. Temperatures will fall from the middle 50s into the mid to upper 40s during the 2nd half. Northwest winds 15-25 MPH and gusty. Rainfall amounts this evening will be light and between one tenth and one quarter of an inch.


  • IndySportsReport.com High School Football Forecast Highlights Ideal Weather…

    Dry skies and ideal weather conditions can be expected as you venture out to support your favorite high school football team this evening. High pressure will remain anchored over our region and supply mostly clear conditions and mild temperatures.

    Forecast temperatures at 7pm show most communities in the lower to middle 70s.

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    Official IndySportsReport.com high school football forecast for Friday, Sept 19th:

    Fair skies and perfect football weather. Kickoff temperatures will be in the lower 70s before falling into the lower and middle 60s by the end of the game. Winds will remain light- generally under 5-10 MPH. Enjoy!


  • Cool IndySportsReport.com High School Football Forecast

    Good morning and happy Friday! After a couple weeks of having to deal with rain and thunderstorms for your favorite Friday night high school game, this evening will provide a much drier time of things. On the other hand, plan to pack the jacket or sweat shirt as temperatures run much cooler than normal. Reinforcing chilly air will blow in late tonight and early Saturday and a couple light showers will be possible as the even cooler air blows in. Thankfully, we think most of this shower activity holds off until late tonight/ early Saturday morning.

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    Official IndySportsReport.com high school football forecast for Friday, Sept 12th:

    A few breaks in the cloud cover will be possible, but mostly cloudy overall. Unseasonably cool. Kickoff temperatures will begin in the lower 60s before falling into the upper 50s to around 60° at the final whistle.


  • IndySportsReport.com Football Forecast Highlights Nighttime Storms…

    Good morning football fans (best time of year, IMO)!  Your IndySportsReport.com High School Football Forecast features one more warm and humid evening highlighted by an increasingly stormy look as the evening transitions into the nighttime hours.

    A cold front will slice into a very warm and humid air mass Friday night.  After a mostly quiet weather day across central Indiana, conditions will begin to go downhill Friday evening and night as the front draws closer.  We’ll monitor a line of thunderstorms approaching the region later tonight and a few of these could be strong to severe.  This shouldn’t be a major severe weather episode, but it only takes one strong to severe storm to make a mess of things.

    We'll target 7p to midnight for a line of strong to potentially severe storms to move through central Indiana. Folks attending high school football games should monitor radar and weather conditions.
    We’ll target 7p to midnight for a line of strong to potentially severe storms to move through central Indiana. Folks attending high school football games should monitor radar and weather conditions.

    Dew points will be oppressive (in the lower 70s) and lead to a muggy feel.  Precipitable water values will reach 2″ in spots and suggest a locally heavy rainfall threat within the stronger storms.

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    Official IndySportsReport.com high school football forecast for Friday, Sept 5th:

    Increasingly cloudy, warm, and humid.  Coverage of showers and thunderstorms will increase from north to south through the evening and nighttime hours.  A few of the storms may become strong to severe and produce vivid cloud-to-ground lightning, locally heavy rain, and strong winds.  Rainfall potential tonight will range from 0.25″ to 0.50″, but some local downpours may push totals closer to 1″ in localized spots.  Temperatures will begin in the mid to upper 80s before slowly falling through the game.


  • Muggy And Potentially Stormy IndySportsReport.com Football Forecast

    Good morning football fans! Your IndySportsReport.com high school football forecast promises to be a warm and humid one with storm potential…

    A warm front will lift north through the region this evening and thunderstorms will likely erupt along the boundary separating slightly less humid air and downright tropical air. We target late afternoon through the evening hours for storm potential and will officially classify expected coverage as “scattered.” Not all will get wet, but we suggest taking the rain gear along.

    Forecast radar at 5pm

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    It’ll be a warm and muggy night as kickoff temperatures in the middle 80s only fall into the upper 70s by game’s end. Dew points will hover around 65°-70°.

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    Official IndySportsReport.com high school football forecast for Friday, Aug 29th:

    Mostly cloudy, warm, and humid with scattered showers and thunderstorms. Kickoff temperatures in the middle 80s will fall into the upper 70s by game’s end. Rainfall potential tonight will be around half an inch, but locally heavier amounts are possible with stronger storms.