We enjoyed a brilliant Saturday across central Indiana. Plentiful sunshine developed, as expected, after a cloudy, drizzly start in areas. Temperatures topped out in the mid to upper 60s for most. We’ll continue to enjoy the sun Sunday and temperatures will reach the middle to upper 70s with a developing southwest breeze.
All of that said, let’s be sure to enjoy the sunshine and quiet times while we can. Looking into the mid to long range suggests the “boring” weather days will be few and far between from here through the first week of May.
We’re tracking storm systems in an almost every-other-day type format beginning Monday. 10-day rainfall numbers are impressive (2″-4″ locally) and many areas of the Ohio Valley, Mid West, and TN Valley will be significantly above normal precipitation during the period to close April and open May.
There’s also growing confidence on a late season blast of chilly air as we open May, including a frost/ freeze threat.
Make it a great evening. A fresh 7-day will be posted tomorrow.