Skies will look very winter-like for central Indiana for next 48-60 hours as clouds will have difficulty leaving.
Clouds around Saturday night in to Sunday morning will keep temperatures relatively steady overnight. Lows should only fall to the middle-upper 30°s by morning.
A couple breaks in the clouds will be possible by mid-afternoon, but clouds will quickly fill back in by early evening. Temperatures will top out in the middle to upper 40°s Sunday.
A front will begin to move in to Indiana Monday afternoon/evening. The front will act as a lifting mechanism and produce scattered showers throughout central Indiana through the first half of Tuesday.
It looks like a surge of dry air will work in to the state from the southwest Tuesday afternoon. This will put an end to the rain and should allow the sun to come out.
START OF DECEMBER
At this time, I do not see any significant weather systems impacting central Indiana through December 6. Long range computer models suggest a weather system could develop in the central Plains and move in to the Midwest sometime between December 7-9. We’ll keep an eye on that over the coming days.