INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Say so long ot the 90°, as a rush of cooler, more refreshing air settles in this weekend.
Cold front continues to march through the state. A few isolated storms still possible through mid evening. Any rain chance, which is slim for most, will end by mid evening.
Late night clouds and cooler temperatures sliding in will be the headline. Overnight lows slip to the middle 50s for our Saturday morning!
Half and half weekend in terms of sky conditions. Both days appear dry, but much more cloud cover, especially early on in the day for Saturday. Clouds will likely hang tough for at least the southern third of the state, if not the southern half. High temperatures only top out in the upper 60s.
Sunday should be a far more sun filled day. Temperatures should react to the bright day, with highs in the middle 70s.
Bumpy ride to start off the work week, with a cold front swinging through the state Monday into Tuesday. A few storms on Tuesday could be strong to severe, but too early ton nail down specifics. The Storm Prediction Center has all of Indiana in a 15% for severe storms.
Some left over showers could be around for Wednesday before we dry out for the second half of the work week.