Rain & cooler temperatures return
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Coming off the warmest day of the year Thursday, scattered showers move in followed by a sharp cool down for the weekend.
Moisture will slowly fill in across the state through the morning hours. Most will deal with light showers, but a few downpours will be possible for through morning hours. First band of rain moves out around lunch time. A few spotty showers will be possible for the afternoon hours. Temperatures will hover in the upper 50s/lower 60s.
Another wave moving in provides rain chances late night into the overnight hours. Like the morning, a few downpours will be possible. Rain should move out no later than daybreak, Saturday.
Lows dip down to the middle 40s.
Clouds early as system mixes out. A few spotty showers will develop for the afternoon hours. Temperatures run much cooler, with highs only hitting the mid 50s.
Some areas of frost will be possible for the morning hours. The rest of the day is mainly cloudy and chilly, with highs struggling to get out of the 40s.
8 day forecast:
Another round of frost possible for Monday morning. High temperatures will slowly warm through the week, getting close to seasonal norms by the middle/end of the week. Some rain chances for mid-week, but mainly for the southern portions of the state.