As you are headed out the door it is currently in the low 40’s across much of central Indiana with clear skies and a west wind that will switch to a northwest wind this afternoon. Temperatures are expected to rise into the mid 50’s with more sunshine as influence of a surface high pressure continues to bring plenty of picture perfect days for this time of year.
Switching it up to look at the upper level (500mb) a trough with an associated surface low pressure is moving through the northern Great Lakes into the Northeast where parts of New England can expect a decent early season snowstorm. This troughing aloft will result in cooler air due to a predominantly northwesterly flow. Reinforcing waves will continue throughout the week as the temperatures around central Indiana and Muncie will continue to drop slightly each consecutive day. The next chance for rain/snow around here will be near the end of the weekend/beginning of next week. That means you should get outside and enjoy some of this beautiful weather before it goes away!