INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Cloudy conditions along with a few light showers will be possible through the day Saturday. Some clearing will arrive late Sunday.
A cold front is marching through the Midwest and will bring abundant cloud cover and scattered light showers across central Indiana on Saturday. Rainfall will be light, and it certainly won’t rain all day.
Highs won’t be as warm as Friday, but still above average for this time of year, topping out in the lower 60s across much of the area.
A cold front will continue to slowly drag across the state. Southern and southeastern counties of central Indiana may hang on to rain chances through the late evening and overnight hours. Everyone else will remain cloudy and relatively quiet.
Lows will fall to the middle 40s.
Cloudy conditions with a sprinkle or two are possible through the morning hours. We should see gradual clearing taking place heading into the afternoon hours.
Highs will hit the upper 50s and lower 60s.
A busy pattern with several rain chances and mild temperatures is on the way. We could see some shower activity arriving by Monday night, but thunderstorm chances are more likely heading into Tuesday. Highs will boost to near 70 on Monday to well into the 70s Tuesday and Wednesday. Much cooler air will return starting Thursday and continue into the start of Easter weekend.