11pm Update: A Frost Advisory is in effect for east central Indiana from 1am to 9am Friday. Clouds will move in overnight and a few scattered showers are possible Friday.
After two chilly days with rain and snow showers, sunny skies returned to central Indiana Thursday with temperatures nudging above 50 degrees. We’ll have one more dry day Friday with winds up to 25 mph along with highs near 60 degrees.
A warm front will move across the state Saturday and bring wind gusts up to 35 miles per hour and a half-inch of rain. After a soggy Saturday dry weather will return for Sunday and the warm-up will begin. Highs will be in the 60s Sunday, in the 70s Monday, and in the 80s by Tuesday.
Expect dry weather early next week with our next chance for rain and thunderstorms coming late Wednesday through Thursday.
After two nights with low temperatures near freezing it won’t be as cold overnight.
So far, this has been a mild month.
So far, this has been a wet month.
We had an even split of wet and dry weekends this year.
Rain will move in early Saturday.
Rain will spread statewide by lunchtime Saturday.
Rain will continue through Saturday afternoon.
Up to a half-inch of rain will fall Saturday.
After a cool weeekend, warmer temperatures will arrive next week.