If you have been outside so far today you could tell that there is less moisture in the air than there was yesterday. The cause was a cold front that passed through the city around 5 in the morning. Good news is that today is going to be quite sunny once some of the cirrus clouds exit the area. However, we will feel more effects from this front tomorrow as it will have completely exit the state and a warm front will still south of Indianapolis. To the north of this warm front expect temperatures to be at or below average for most of the day, while areas south of the front will see temperatures above average. We will stay dry throughout the remainder of the day today will our next chance of rain coming from the warm front tomorrow. This chance of rain will be low due to lack of moisture as the front is approaching.
–Cardinal Weather Service Forecaster Jordan Nienaber