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Storms move out, sharply colder temperatures move in

Marcus’ 4 a.m. Wednesday forecast

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Powerful cold front pushes through, brining a shot of colder temperatures to end the month.


Severe weather threat is pretty much over across the state. Cold front is now marching through, and colder temperatures are already funneling into northwestern Indiana.

A few showers will be possible through mid morning across the southern half to southern third of the state. In northern Indiana, a few light snow showers will be possible.

Blustery winds – gusting over 30mph at times will make it feel even colder todya.

Expect temperatures to hover in the mid 30s for much of the day.

Wednesday night:

Mainly clear and quiet tonight. Temperatures will run much colder, with lows in the upper teens/lower 20s.


Leap day looks bright and quiet with closer to average temperatures. Highs top out in the lower 40s.


Temperatures continue to rebound as we open up meteorological spring and the month of March. Mostly cloudy conditions with a slight chance for showers. Highs top out near 50°.


A beautiful weekend on tap, with well above average temperautres. Highs top out near 60° on Saturday, and could make a run at 70° on Sunday. Both days will be dry.

8 day forecast:

Mild temperatures continue early next week, with highs near 70° on Monday and a chance of rain/storms. Slight cool down with temperatures in the upper 50s through mid week.