Clouds thicken up late Monday, storm system misses south
Ryan’s 5 AM forecast 2/12
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Clouds thicken up today as storm system approaches the Ohio River Valley. However, this storm system has trended south with not many impacts expected in central Indiana.
TODAY: Clouds will increase as the day goes on. There has been a considerable shift south with our next storm system. Much of central Indiana will now remain dry late Monday into Monday night. High temperatures in the mid-40s.
TONIGHT: Rain/snow misses to the south. Mostly cloudy skies will become partly cloudy in the early morning. Low temperatures near 30 degrees. Only S/SE Indiana will have a chance at rain/snow now with this shift.
TOMORROW: Partly sunny with more clouds north and east. High temperatures in the low to mid-40s.
8-DAY FORECAST: Get used to highs in the 40s for the work week. The exception will be Wednesday as we make a run at 50 degrees. A system on Thursday will bring in scattered showers. Another quick-hitting storm gives us the chance of rain/snow late Friday into early Saturday. All-Star Weekend on Saturday will feature some spotty flurries, but most remain dry. High temperatures will be in the mid-30s on Saturday and high 40s on Sunday.