- Showers south today
- Unseasonably cool and blustery
- Increasing sunshine Sunday
- Midweek storms
Jackets Required Today, But Improving Weather Tomorrow…A stiff northeast wind is “eating away” at the northern extent of rain today. Steadiest rains will fall across the southern third of the state, but a couple of showers may make it as far north as Indianapolis later this afternoon. The bigger story will easily be the brisk northeast flow and unseasonably chilly air. In fact, we’re waking up to wind chills in the 30s this morning. Jackets are required today.
Drier air arrives on the scene tonight and clouds will decrease overnight, paving way for a beautiful Sunday. Expect plentiful sunshine and moderating temperatures. Dry and pleasant weather continues into midweek before an approaching cold front delivers our next chance of thunderstorms Wednesday evening.
Another fast-moving weather maker will deliver thunderstorm chances to close the work week.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 1.00″ – 1.50″