The sun is shining on the campus of BSU, but winter-like temps are coming

Waking up this morning in East Central Indiana came with very few clouds in the sky and lots of sun. Highs today will still be below normal for this time of the year, highs today (Wednesday) neat 50°. Winds will also take a shift throughout the day from the South to the Northeast. Regardless, the winds will be light throughout the day.

As we get into tonight, temperatures are going to get even cooler for overnight lows. Temperatures throughout the night will be around the freezing mark of 32°. Be sure to have a jacket, gloves, and maybe a scarf or hat with you to stay warm if you are going to be out late this evening.

We will see one more day in the mid 50s tomorrow for highs before things take a turn for December and January-like conditions. After tomorrow, expect highs in the 30s to near 40 for Friday and Saturdayy.

 

–Cardinal Weather Service Forecaster Ethan Rosuck