Temperatures will be slow to warm Monday as winds remain out of the southeast.
A warm from will lift through the state late Monday, turning winds out of the south. The southerly winds will bring in the warmer air for Tuesday.
Before the front arrives, temperatures will eventually get in to the lower/middle 60°s Monday afternoon.
Weather should be fine for Trick-or-Treaters as temperatures will slowly fall through the lower 60°s.
PACIFIC ENERGY TO BRING RAIN
Tonight we are tracking upper-level energy moving through the Pacific Ocean that will impact central Indiana mid-week.
This "chunk" of energy will eventually translate to a cold front passing through the state Thursday morning. Ahead of the front, rain is projected to develop. If you are in need of rain, this is the only decent chance over the next week.
Ahead of the cold front, temperatures will jump to near record levels Tuesday. Tuesday's record high is 81°. This is also the latest we have had an 80°. Tuesday's high temperature is currently forecast to reach 79°. Stay tuned!