INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Unseasonably mild temperatures have moved out, as chilly fall air settles in for a while.
High pressure will settle in across the area Saturday. Some post frontal stratus clouds will slowly move out by late morning, making for a sunny but cool afternoon. Highs will top out in the lower 50s.
Temperatures will be clear and chilly overnight. Lows will fall to the middle and upper 30s.
We should see a good amount of sunshine for most of the day. Some clouds will build by the early evening hours. Highs will hit the lower to middle 50s.
The next system will arrive Monday, bringing widespread chilly rain to the area to open the work week. Rain will gradually wind down by Tuesday morning, with possibly a few snowflakes mixing in before the precipitation wraps up.
Our numbers will remain well below average for the rest of the extended. Our next rain chance returns on Thursday.