INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — After a record-setting cold week across central Indiana, we look ahead to a quiet weekend and warmer temperatures (briefly) in the extended forecast.
Some clouds working in from the northeast will be hanging around for the morning hours. We should see some clearing out by later this afternoon, leaving us mostly sunny for the second half of the day. Highs will top out in the lower 40s — still a good 10°-15° below average for this time of year.
Conditions will be mainly clear, quiet and chilly overnight. Lows will dip to the lower 20s.
Clouds will increase as an upper level wave pushes through the Midwest. There is not a ton of moisture with this disturbance, but certainly not impossible for a few sprinkles or snow flurries to get squeezed out late Sunday night into early Monday morning.
Otherwise, not a bad end to the weekend. Highs will top out in the mid 40s.
It will be a quiet weather pattern for the first half of the week, with steady highs in the mid 40s through Wednesday. A nice push of milder air will send our highs back to the lower 50s Wednesday and Thursday. Scattered showers will arrive on Thursday with a cold front, which will knock our temps back down to the 40s by next weekend.