Good afternoon! For most of this week, East Central Indiana has been dealing with nice and calm conditions. In addition, above-average temperatures have also been around! Highs have been 15-20° above average for this time of the year for the past several days. Things are going to be changing though as we head into next week. Here is your 5-Day Forecast!
TONIGHT: Mostly clear skies. Low: 30°
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny. Still above the average temperature of 43° for this date. High: 52°; Low: 31°
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny. High: 55°; Low: 40°
MONDAY: Clouds on the increase throughout the day. Rain chances increase during the night hours. Even warmer! High: 60°; Low: 42°; POP: 60%
TUESDAY: The last warm day for the near future. But it will be rainy throughout the day with cloudy skies. Temperatures dropping during the evening hours from an approaching cold front. High: 52°; Low: 35°; POP: 60%
After these 5 days, expect BIG changes to be coming our way. The bitterly cold air, up to this point, has been stuck in Siberia and the Arctic Circle. The trough of this bitterly cold air is going to be moving into the area beginning Wednesday next week. This will be discussed more in-depth next week. But for right now, enjoy the warmer temperatures and get outside to do those holiday decorations before the cold air arrives late next week.
–Cardinal Weather Service Forecaster Ethan Rosuck