Freezing fog could cause slick spots
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Fog has developed across portions of central Indiana this morning.
Fog has started to develop across southeastern portions of the state. Combined with below freezing temperatures, it is a recipe for areas of black ice for much of the morning. A freezing fog advisory is in effect until 10am for eastern and southeastern counties, but many more counties could be added as fog expands this morning.
Meanwhile, temperatures should warm up quickly as a surge of milder air moves into the state. Expect temperatuers to run above freezing by lunch time, and should finish off in the 40s later this afternoon. Fog will likely hang around all day, making for a gloomy start to the weekend.
Fog will again be the story tonight. The good news: temperatures stay above freezing, so shouldn’t see any issues with black ice for the overnight leading into Sunday morning. Lows fall to the middle 30s.
Another round of morning fog, but should get some drier air punching in through the late morning and afternoon hours, leaving us with some sun to close out the weekend. Highs top out in the lower to middle 50s!
8 day forecast:
A very mild day on tap for Monday, as highs surge to near 60°. A cold front Monday will also bring a shot for widespread rain. Colder temperatures move in for Tuesday and Wednesday. Several system moving in for the second half of the week should bring us rain chances for Wednesday and Thursday.