INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — After a big blast of colder air to open the month of November, we’ll rebound the temperatures a bit for the open of the work week.
High pressure will settle in across the area Sunday, making for a mostly sunny morning and afternoon. Temperatures should be a couple of degrees warmer than Saturday, topping out in the lower 50s.
Conditions will be quiet and cool, but not as chilly as the past few overnights. Lows will dip to the upper 30s.
A weak cold front will push through the state, but there will not be enough moisture to produce any threat for rain. Expect some cloud to build for the afternoon and evening hours. Highs should warm to the mid 50s by the afternoon.
There will be a quiet pattern through late Wednesday, before another significant system takes aim on the Midwest late Wednesday night into Thursday. We may see some snow showers possible for far northern counties into early Thursday morning, with rain showers possible for the rest of central Indiana during the day Thursday. A brief transition to a rain/snow mix will be possible Thursday night. Much colder air will follow the system for Friday into the weekend.