INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Cooler temperatures for mid-September will settle in for the weekend.
Canadian high pressure will settle in across the eastern half of the country, and has cleared out the cloud cover, and lowered the humidity and temperatures. Look for highs to hit the upper 60s this afternoon, making for a very pleasant Saturday. Winds should be light compared to Friday, too.
Conditions will be clear and chilly. Most areas will slip into the 40s, but a few rural areas in northern parts of the state could slide to the upper 30s. Some patchy frost could be possible in those areas.
A spectacular is day on tap, with sunshine and slightly warmer conditions. Highs will top out in the lower 70s.
There is no rain in sight over the extended period, as our dry September continues. Temperatures should rebound close to seasonal norms starting Monday. Not much in the way of cloud cover expected for the majority of the week.