Cooler temps in the 50's early and climbing into the 70's later today
Are you ready for a cool down? After a warm past few days, things are cooling down as winds today shift to the northwest. Temperatures will stay below average the next three days.
Low temperatures this morning will be pleasantly cool in the 50's. Our coldest morning since June 15th. Under a partly to mostly cloudy sky, highs will only reach the lower to middle 70's Thursday afternoon with a breezy northwest wind.
Look for a fantastic Independence day too! Lows Friday morning will be back in the 50's and under a sunny sky highs will climb into the upper 70's.
Pleasant weather hangs around this weekend with highs near 80 Saturday and slightly more humid Sunday with highs in the mid80'ss. We're done with storms until late Sunday night and we deserve it coming off a very wet June.
On This Date in Central Indiana Weather History......
1984 : Severe thunderstorm winds uproot trees and down power lines at Castleton, Crawfordsville, and Jamestown.