We are looking ahead to two afternoons in the 70s ahead of us before temperatures plummet and we feel more like WINTER this weekend. The last time we had two consecutive days in the 70s in November was back in 1985! We are over 20 degrees above the average.
Clouds will increase in advance of our next storm system on Friday afternoon. A squall line of T-storms will arrive by the evening commute. A few strong-severe storms will be possible, with damaging wind gusts being our primary threat. Thunderstorms will continue until about midnight.
Temperatures will PLUMMET this weekend. We'll see a morning high of 43 on Saturday. Temperatures will DROP through the 30s during the day. It will also be accompanied with 40 mph wind gusts which will bring wind chill values down to the low 20s. Snow flurries will also be possible on Saturday.
No accumulation is expected in Central Indiana, but Blizzard Warnings and Winter Storm Watches/Warnings cover about 10 states--where wind and up to a foot of snow will be possible.
Looking ahead to next week, temperatures will stay cool.