Think back to April 9, 2017. It was 77°! That's a huge difference from this year on the same date. Today's highs will be way below the average when we top off in the upper 40s. We even have a thin layer of snow on the ground this year.
Snow is already done for everyone south of Indy but downtown and north could see light snow through mid-morning Monday. Accumulations stay minimal and pavement will be wet at worst.
There will be many dry hours today, but there is an isolated chance for light rain after 3 p.m. No major impacts are expected.
A light breeze is all it took to get AM wind chills to dip into the 20s.
When the wind picks up later this week, take that as a great sign! The warm wind will bring milder air to central Indiana by Wednesday and even more so through the second half of the week.
By Thursday & Friday, most of our afternoon will be spent in the 60s. Enjoy that! Friday night is the next substantial chance for some rain and even storms.