Sunday Forecast

May 4th, 2014 at 6:43 am by under Weather

TODAY:  It should be a similar start  to the day like yesterday, minus the wind.  A cold front will try to slide into northern parts of our area this afternoon and evening.  That could set off a few showers, mainly in northern parts of our area, but mainly places should stay dry.  Highs will reach the upper 60s.

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THIS EVENING:  Some of the rain chances will drift a bit farther south by late evening.  Temps will start in the 60s, then fall into the 50s.

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OVERNIGHT:  Scattered showers will linger overnight.  Lows will drop into the lower 50s and upper 40s.


MONDAY:  There will be a chance of rain in the morning, then it should dry out in the afternoon.  Warmer air will make it to central and southern Indiana.  Cooler air will linger NE.  Highs NE will be in the mid 60s.  Highs central and south will reach the 70s.

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8-DAY FORECAST:  Temps will climb through mid-week.  We should see the low to mid 80s Wednesday and Thursday.  Storm chances will cool us off late week into the weekend.  There could be scattered showers next weekend through Mother’s Day, but as of now, it does not look like a wash out.


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