Another cold front looks to move through Monday afternoon no rain at first. High school football kickoff temperatures start off in the upper 50s to lower 60s.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and freezing cold temperatures are likely, with an overnight low temperature of 33 degrees. Rain will be with us overnight and exit by 10am Saturday at the latest from West Alabama. Some locations could see a flurry early Saturday morning.
Saturday brings patchy showers on and off through the day with the slight chance of a sunny break.
Today will feature a sky with increasing clouds as our moisture levels rise and temperatures will once again be in the lower and perhaps mid 70s for highs.
The cold front also spreads rain showers through out central IN starting around 12 p.m. today. Temperatures will be in the mid 60s as we deal with moderate rainfall with a few pockets of isolated heavy rain. Our temperature at sunrise will not be the low for the day. It’s going to be a chilly one out there with breezy winds from the north and no more rain or clouds.
As winds shift from the west-northwest on Sunday it could spark up some light, scattered lake-effect showers with coverage higher in the typical snow belt.
Fair skies should continue Wednesday night and Thursday.