Spotty showers today, drier and warmer pattern begins Sunday
A Frost Advisory remains in effect for White, Cass, Miami, and Wabash counties until 8am this morning.
A system continues to pivot over the Great Lakes area today, keeping a chance of a few more scattered showers in the forecast today. The best chance of rain will be along and north of I-70 today. Temperatures will still be running close to 15 degrees below normal with a high near 60 degrees. If you are heading to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway today for qualifications, grab your rain gear and make sure you have the Skytrak13 weather app on your phone. There will be a many dry hours today but a few spotty showers may drift over the speedway this afternoon.
High pressure begins to build in tonight, allowing a gradual clearing of the skies. It will be a cool by pleasant evening for the Indy Eleven game. Temperatures will tumble to near 40 degrees Sunday morning. The record low for tomorrow is 35 degrees, set back in 1973.
A dry and warmer pattern starts taking shape on Sunday with sunny skies and highs in the mid 60s. If your heading to the Indiana Pacers game Sunday afternoon, you will have dry travels to Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Go Pacers!
Monday will be sunny too with temperatures finally climbing back into the low 70s.
A warm front arrives on Tuesday and temperatures will soar into the upper 70s to near 80 degrees.
Wednesday will be the warmest day of the week, with temperatures climbing into the mid 80s.
A cold front could fire off some thunderstorms late Wednesday through Thursday morning.
Right now, Carb Day, Friday, looks dry with partly cloudy skies and highs in the upper 70s.