Temps are barely at or above freezing across central Indiana, and we still have pockets of pesky flurries and some snow showers. We may break the record for coldest high temperature for this date of 40° set back in 1928!
TODAY: A very winter-like feel to the day today, and even a few lake-effect flurries from time to time this morning. Temps will start in the upper 20s and lower 30s, then only climb into the lower 40s this afternoon! Expect a mix of sun and clouds.
THIS EVENING: Skies will clear out, but it will be a chilly evening. Temps will stay in the 30s!
FROST / FREEZE TONIGHT: Clear skies, light wind, colder air will all lead to frost and freeze across the area. Lows will drop below freezing all across the area.
MILDER WEDNESDAY: Temps will still be below normal, but it will be milder than today. Sunshine will help highs reach the low to mid 50s.
8-DAY FORECAST: Fairly stable temperatures will linger for the majority of the 8-day forecast. Temps will be in the low 60s for most of the time with some rain chances Friday, Monday and next Wednesday.
The rain has changed over to snow in parts of the Indianapolis metro area. Rain will likely continue to changeover to snow for the remainder of the area through the overnight hours.
Very little accumulation is expected, as ground temperatures are very warm. Air temperatures will drop into the upper 20s, so some areas of freezing could be possible.
With cold air moving in from the west, and additional moisture moving in from the southwest, all signs point to a transition to snow overnight. However, warm recent temperatures will limit overall accumulations.
Heavy rain may transition to snow by midnight. Areas of southern Indiana can expect the heaviest rain. Eastern Indiana will see the heaviest snow rate, but melting may keep snow from accumulating significantly. Even if accumulations reach great than 1″, eventually melting will win out on the ground. Road surfaces may briefly become snow covered, but will likely melt quickly. Lows near 28.
Lunar Eclipse (Blood Moon) forecast:
Clouds and snow showers are likely to be in place for most of central Indiana, but a few breaks in the clouds could be possible north and west of Indianapolis.
Some snow showers may linger into the early morning, but accumulation is not expected. Gradual clearing is expected through the day, but clouds will still be possible through midday. Highs in the low 40s. Lows in the upper 20s.
Warming up with a mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the low to mid 50s. Lows in the 38.
Thursday through the weekend:
Highs temperatures will return to the 60s for high temperatures and lows will be seasonable into the low to mid 40s. A chance for showers returns Friday.
What a drop! Temperatures range from the mid 60s in southeastern Indiana to the 40s in northwestern Indiana. Winds out of the northwest will keep bringing cold air in through the evening.
Overnight light rain may change over to snow and some light accumulation could be possible, especially in eastern Indiana. Less than an inch of accumulation is expected.
A few snow showers could be possible Tuesday morning, but little additional accumulation is expected.
We’re in a brief break from the heaviest rain as we head through midday. Some scattered showers are still likely through the afternoon.
Temperatures remain in the 50s, but a cool-down is already taking place in the northwestern part of the state. Cold air is moving in as winds shift to the northwest. A cold front will bring the cold air in by this afternoon, and temperatures will continue dropping through the evening.
Temperatures are likely to be in the 40s through the afternoon and into the 30s by midnight.
TODAY: Scattered showers and maybe a rumble of thunder are possible across the area. Colder air will build in and temps will go downward during the day falling into the mid 40s by late afternoon. It will not be a steady rain all day, but there will be pockets of rain from time to time.
THIS EVENING: Temps will fall and another wave of moisture will arrive. As the temps reach the freezing point, we will see some bursts of snow by late evening.
OVERNIGHT: Scattered snow showers will last through most of the overnight, but should be out by the morning commute. We could see minor accumulations on grassy areas briefly, by the warm ground should melt most of the snow fairly quickly.
CHILLY TUESDAY: We will see a mix of sun and clouds and cold air. Highs will only reach the 40s!!!
8-DAY FORECAST: Temps will rebound during the week. After a frosty start Wednesday, we will get back to the 50s. We should level off back into the low 60s for the rest of the 8-Day Forecast. There will be a chance of rain Friday and a slight chance sunday, but other than that, it looks quiet for now.
Temperatures will remain above average tonight but will quickly fall as a cold front passes through on Monday.
Gusty south winds will add moisture for rain and thunderstorms tonight but will turn and be coming out of the northwest during the day on Monday. This change will make for a much colder afternoon with temperatures falling into the upper 40s by sunset Monday.
Leftover rain will briefly mix with light snow early Tuesday morning as temperatures drop below freezing near 30°. No snow accumulation is expected.
Tuesday and Wednesday will be sharply colder but average temperatures make a quick return by Thursday with daytime highs again reaching the lower to mid 60s. Rain showers make another appearance late in the work week and possibly for next Sunday.
Here’s a look at your updated mid morning temperatures;
Rain showers and thunderstorms will move in late tonight with colder air moving in for Tuesday and Wednesday!
Good morning everyone. Clouds will take over for Sunday with warm temperatures sticking around. Daytime highs will top out in the upper 70s and making it feel more like Summer than Spring!
Gusty south winds will be present through today but will become much colder during the day on Monday as the winds start coming out of the north.
Rain and thunderstorms will move in late Sunday night and will last off and on through Monday before changing to light snow early Tuesday morning.
No snow accumulation is expected but still may cause a few travel trouble spots early Tuesday morning.
Temperatures will return to average by Thursday.