Sunday was a record-breaker--the warmest Feb. 3 in Indy history! Monday will be almost as warm with highs soaring into the 50s. It won't be a record-breaker, though, since the record set back in 1890 was actually 69°. The average high is only 37° which we're already starting the day above.
Feels great! Still cool enough for a jacket but not bad for the season.
It'll be breezy Monday and the direction of the wind will shift to the NW so cooler Tuesday morning (though still above average).
That southerly breeze and high pressure combo helped us have a record-breaker this weekend.
We'll see some spotty rain late morning Monday, but bulk of the rain will fall between noon and 3 p.m. Expect isolated rain for the evening commute.
Just a tenth of an inch of rain Monday but over the rest of the workweek we could have 1-3" of rain Localized flooding is a concern after all that snowmelt.
Temperatures will continue our roller coaster as rain continues this week. It'll be much cooler by the weekend.