The raw weather this weekend in the NE will give way to a decent Monday and more importantly, Monday night. The Colts will see temps in the 50s for Monday Night Football in the Big Apple.
Right now: Temps are in the low to mid 40s under a mostly cloudy sky. A few rain showers are pushing east through northern and southern Indiana.
Today: Temperatures remain steady and will eventually fall after the noon hour. Some ice pellets may mix in with the rain later today. Then a wintry mix will be likely this evening. The wind picks up as this arctic system moves through. Wind gusts could be between 35 and 45 mph by 7pm according to Forecast 8 Futurecast.
Trick-or-treat: The forecast is not pleasant…windy, chilly and a wintry mix all evening.
Freeze Warning: a freeze warning goes into effect tonight through 10am Saturday for central Indiana. Overnight lows will dip into the mid and upper 20s.
Extended forecast: The weekend will be sunny, but chilly. Saturday remains breezy with highs in the lower 40s. Sunday’s highs will be in the lower 50s. A brief warm-up kicks in for the start to next week as highs reach the lower 60s.
Daylight Saving Time: DST ends at 2am on Sunday morning. Fall back one hour & set your clocks back before bed.
This morning our temps are in the 30s with some areas of frost. Sunshine is expected this afternoon with highs in the low to mid 50s. This evening we could see a few sprinkles as the clouds increase. Tonight’s lows stay milder in the lower 40s thanks to the cloud cover.
Friday, highs in the mid 40s with scattered showers turning into a wintry mix. The wintry mix changes to light snow as Friday afternoon progresses into the evening. The trick-or-treat forecast is miserable with gusty wind, cold temps and light snow. Friday night we could accumulate a dusting of wet snow on the grassy areas. A widespread freeze is possible early Saturday morning once the wind subsides. Saturday afternoon will stay chilly with highs in the mid 40s. Sunday’s temps will be in the lower 50s with more sunshine.
Temperatures are running 20 to almost 30 degrees colder in some spots compared to this time yesterday. Temps are in the 40s under a mostly clear sky. Today’s highs only reach the mid to upper 50s, but at least we will have sunshine.
Tonight’s lows dip into the 30s and we may see patchy frost.
Temperatures continue to fall as we approach the weekend. Highs for Thursday will still be in the 50s. On Friday our highs will only be in the 40s. A cold front pushes through on Halloween, giving us scattered showers and a wintry mix once we get into Friday evening. Friday night we will have a widespread freeze as lows dip into the upper 20s. The weekend remains chilly but dry.
A strong cold front will move through the state today generating a band of rain and possibly a thunderstorm. Best timing for rain is between 8am and 1pm. It will be breezy and cooler with temperatures falling into the middle 60s.
Wednesday should be a nice day with lots of sunshine and cool temperatures. Highs tomorrow will be in the middle 50s. Another surge of chilly air will arrive by Friday and the weekend. Readings may dip below freezing by Saturday morning.
The weekend should be dry but chilly. A new storm will bring a good threat for rain by late Monday into next Tuesday.
Today could turn out to be the best day of the week with some sunshine and unseasonably warm temperatures. A breezy, south wind will boost highs into the upper 70s. The record high for today is 83.
A cold front will move through the state on Tuesday. This front will produce a band of showers and a few storms late tonight into Tuesday morning. Cooler air will follow in behind the front for tomorrow into Wednesday.
Some of the coldest air of the season will arrive for the weekend. We could see our first freeze by Saturday morning. Right now the weekend is looking dry and cool.
KICK OFF: Plenty of sunshine and a light breeze. Temp: 60
END OF GAME: Clear skies and mild temperatures. Temp: 55
Sunny skies will again be around today with a light northwest breeze becoming southwest during the afternoon hours. High temperatures will be slightly cooler than Saturday but still above average and topping out near 68° today.
Temperatures will approach record high numbers for Monday but look to stay just below the record of 83° and top out near 78°! Rain, thunderstorms, and colder temperatures will move in on Tuesday with the colder temperatures not going anywhere! Daytime highs will stay in the 50s Wednesday through Friday.
The Colts will be hitting the road to play the Steelers in Pittsburgh. Perfect football weather is in the forecast for a win!
KICK OFF: Sunny skies and dry, with light winds expected. Temp: 58
END OF GAME: Mostly clear and comfortable. Temp: 53
THIS EVENING: Mostly clear and comfortable this evening with temperatures starting out in the upper 60s, then falling into the mid 50s by midnight.
TONIGHT: Clear skies and dry conditions, along with seasonable temperatures as lows drop into the mid 40s.
TOMORROW: Plenty of sunshine expected Sunday with slightly cooler temperatures. Even though it’s a bit cooler, afternoon highs will remain warm, and above average, reaching 70.
8 DAY FORECAST: Temperatures soar into the mid and upper 70s to start the work week, along with partly cloudy skies. Rain and thunderstorms are likely on Tuesday with cooler temperatures moving in.