The Colts take on the Bengals on Sunday. This will be a home game that starts at 1pm. The tailgate forecast will be chilly, but football-like. Temps in the lower 50s with some sunshine. Go Colts!
Temperatures this morning have fallen into the lower 50s with a partly cloudy sky. Today’s full sunshine and southerly breeze will help to warm temps into the upper 60s and lower 70s.
It’s another dry and cool evening for The Zone and those high school football games:
Tonight’s lows dip into the mid 40s with mostly cloudy skies. Saturday’s highs will be much cooler with highs pressure in control-in the mid 50s. Mostly cloudy skies are expected as a weak disturbance passes through the Great Lakes. This is why we will be so cool this weekend. Patchy frost is expected Sunday morning as temps dip into the low to mid 30s. Sunday, sunny and highs in the mid 50s.
Next week there is one chance for rain on Monday. Then the rest of the week will be quiet with highs in the 60s.
The cloud line is just to our west in Illinois. The upper level low is finally on its way out of Indiana. Until then, we expect some sprinkles in eastern Indiana and still mostly cloudy skies. We clear things out from west to east by this evening. Temps are in the 50s and lower 60s. Today’s highs will be in the low to mid 60s.
Light rain and drizzle continues to put a damper on today’s forecast. The spotty showers and drizzle will stick around all day and all night.
The clouds will remain in place also, thanks to an upper level low. Temps are in the 50s and won’t warm up much…maybe a couple more degrees this afternoon.
Temps are in the upper 50s and lower 60s under a mostly cloudy sky. It’s also windy with sustained winds between 10 and 20 mph, gusts up to 30 mph. The wind continues to be an issue as the day progresses with highs reaching only the upper 60s. Scattered showers continue to fall in eastern Indiana. More spotty showers develop this afternoon, so we keep a chance for rain in all day.
A cold front continues to push through Indiana. A band of heavy rain is moving northeast through Indy now. The wind gusts are up to 36 mph in Indy, making it a rather miserable day out there. The showers will be off and on all day long.
We have a break from the storms and even some breaks in the clouds. On a severe risk day, the sunshine is not a good thing. It could help to enhance our severe storm potential.
The line of storms is still to our west and south. The whole system is moving to the northeast. A tornado watch has been issued until 7pm central for southern Illinois. Central Indiana could see isolated storms ahead of the main line. The line looks to move in after 8pm and overnight. Damaging wind and a brief isolated tornado are the main threats, along with heavy rain and lightning. Much of the state is under a slight risk for severe storms tonight.
Scattered showers are moving east through the southern half of Indiana. Rain will be off and on along areas of I-70, steady south of there, and almost all dry north of there.
Between the rain we have cloudy skies and cool temps. Today’s highs will be in the mid to upper 50s.
Ball State’s homecoming is Saturday at 3pm-we will be dry with cool temps. Go Cards!
The Covered Bridge Festival begins this weekend-the only chance for rain with be an isolated chance late Sunday.
Temps along I-70 and north are in the 40s. The 50s for everyone to the south. Highs today will struggle to get into the upper 50s with a mostly cloudy sky.
A few showers are moving east into Indiana. The rain chances increase the farther south you live. Spotty showers stay in the forecast for the southern half of the state tonight.
Scattered showers are moving southeast through Indiana. The rain will be off and on all afternoon, especially in southern Indiana. Between the showers, we stay cloudy and cool.
Temps are in the 50s this lunch hour. Today’s highs will only be in the upper 50s to the north, and in the lower 60s to the south.