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Warmer end to the week, rain chances possible this weekend

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Temperatures could reach the 80s as early as the weekend.

This morning:

The frost advisory remains in effect this morning for the northern third of the state. Temperatures fall into the low to mid-30s, allowing for some patchy frost to develop.

Skies are mainly clear across most of central Indiana, with a few areas of light fog in the east-central portions of the state.


High pressure settles, allowing for lots of sunshine today. The temperature is still cooler than average. Will have the highest topping out in the upper 50s to around 60°.

Thursday night:

Overnight temperatures will remain slightly below average, but not nearly as chilly. Frost should not be an issue overnight, with Lows dipping down to the mid-40s.


A warm front will move through the region on Friday. This will spark scattered showers and thunderstorms to develop in the mid- and late-afternoon hours.

Highs top out in the mid-60s for Friday afternoon.


A few areas of convection will be possible to kick off the weekend on Saturday, specifically in the morning hours. A lot of the afternoon looks dry and very warm, with a high temperature close to 80°.

Warm and human conditions on Sunday could lead to a few scattered showers and thunderstorms, specifically later in the day and evening. There is also a chance that a few strong storms will develop, which we will keep an eye on. 

8 day forecast:

The extended forecast looks pretty warm, with highs in the mid-70s as we kick off the week. Showers and storms are likely for Monday, and there is a chance of possible upper 70s with dry weather as we open up the month of May by midweek.