If you are heading to the Colts vs. Jaguars game today, take the rain coat with you. Chance of rain heading to Lucas Oil Stadium. Higher rain chances leaving the game. Temps will be in the 50s, so at least it will be mild!
We have a rainy forecast for this Sunday’s Colts game. Last weekend we had snow, this weekend heavy rain and some thunderstorms. Take the rain gear with you! We take on the Jaguars with a 1pm kickoff time. Catch all the action on WISH-TV. Go Colts!
We have some sprinkles, cloudy skies and a couple of showers in central Indiana. More rain is on the way for tonight and especially for Sunday as a system lifts northeast from the southwest.
Spotty showers will move through tonight. The heavy rain holds off until Sunday evening and into Monday morning. We could also get some scattered thunderstorms in the steady rain. Central Indiana could get 0.5″ to 1.5″ of rain through Monday daybreak.
Temperatures are in the 50s this evening-and everyone is running way warmer compared to this time yesterday. Tonight remains mild with lows in the lower 40s.
Highs for Sunday will be just as warm in the mid 50s. Then a cold front moves in Monday and temps will fall throughout the day. The rain will change to light snow. As temps hit the 30s on Tuesday we could see some flurries.
Rain chances will be spotty early in the day Sunday, then increase as the day wears on. We might be lucky enough to avoid rain coming to Lucas Oil Stadium, or if you will be traveling somewhere to watch the game, but rain chances will be a bit higher for leaving Lucas oil Stadium. The good news is that it will be mild with highs in the 50s.
With clear skies to kick off the weekend, temperatures will drop below freezing as rain moves in. This may allow a briefly icy concern overnight. Temperatures will warm up through the weekend with rain likely.
Most clear through late evening with temperatures dropping into the mid 20s. Clouds and showers will arrive after midnight. That, along with south winds means warming temperatures. But in a brief few hours before temperatures get above freezing, there may be some light ice accumulations. Temperatures will likely be in the mid to upper 30s by daybreak.
Scattered showers will continue for most of Saturday. Highs will likely warm to near 50 through the day. Overnight lows will stay very mild, around 40 degrees at the lowest.
Temperatures will continue to be mild, starting in the 40s. The rain may take a brief break through midday before showers return in the afternoon. Heavy rain arrives late Sunday afternoon and continues through evening.
Rain will continue through early Monday but will wrap up through the day. As cold air moves in some rain may change over to some flurries by the afternoon. The day will start in the 40s but end in the 20s.
A few flurries and much colder. Highs in the mid 30s. Lows in the mid 20s.
Continued cold. high near 38. Lows in the mid 20s.
Very cold with highs staying below freezing. A little light snow could be possible. Lows near 20.
Highs near 32 with lows in the 20s. Partly cloudy skies.
Temperatures this afternoon remain cold despite plenty of sunshine.
Highs will likely reach into the 30s, but will cool down slightly once the sun sets. Temperatures into the evening will cool back down into the 20s briefly before our rainy weekend system arrives. Temperatures will start rising overnight as clouds move in.
By Saturday morning, temperatures will be above freezing.
The weather for the Colts-Jags game on Sunday is looking mild but wet. Rain will be likely along with possibly a thunderstorm. The temperature at kick-off should be near 50 degrees. GO COLTS!!!!!!!
We are getting off to another cold start across central Indiana with temperatures in the teens this morning. It should be a sunny day with highs in the lower 30s this afternoon.
Moisture returns late tonight in the form of light rain. The rain may start as a brief period of freezing rain and sleet but should quickly change to all rain by Saturday morning. There is a freezing rain advisory for Benton County and points north for tonight. Rain and a few storms will be likely on Sunday with the potential for over an inch of rain by Sunday night.
Colder air will return for Thanksgiving week. No major storms are expected. We could see a couple of clippers moving in with light snow on Wednesday night into Thanksgiving.
Temperatures will go into the 10s one last time before a warm up arrives for the weekend. Heavy rain may also move in by Sunday.
Mostly clear and cold. Winds will lighten up and become calm by morning, allowing temperatures to drop into the mid 10s.
Another very cold day. Plenty of sunshine is expected, but high temperatures will likely stay below freezing for most of the day. Highs near freezing. Temperatures will drop in the evening, but as clouds move in from the south, temperatures will gradually warm up overnight. A little freezing rain or wintry mix could be possible late Friday night into early Saturday morning.
As rain continues to move in, temperatures will continue to rise through morning. Highs will top out in the upper 40s as scattered showers move across central Indiana. Lows will stay very mild, likely not dropping below 40.
There may be a brief break from the rain on Sunday morning and early afternoon and temperatures will reach the 50s. Heavy rain returns Sunday afternoon and will continue through the overnight hours.
Ongoing rain will taper off as cold air rushes in. Some rain may change over to flurries late Monday. highs in the mid 40s with lows in the mid 20s.
Scattered flurries and much colder. Highs in the mid 30s. Lows near 25.
Partly cloudy and continued cold. Highs near 37. Lows in the mid 20s.
Thanksgiving will continue our cold pattern with highs in the mid 30s. Light snow could be possible during the day.
The Colts play the Jacksonville Jags at 1pm Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. The weather will be mild with temperatures in the 50s. You will need the rain gear if tailgating as rain and a few thunderstorms will be likely. The kick-off temperature will be near 50 degrees.