Expect lingering clouds and a few flurries this evening.
Clouds clear overnight and pave the way for low temperatures well into the teens for Wednesday morning. We're back to sunshine tomorrow, but highs again struggle to hit 40 degrees.
No change to our soggy outlook for Thursday as the southwesterly flow pushes ample moisture into the region, and enough lift for some thunder too. Rainy conditions persist into Friday morning before cold front temporarily pushes the rain out.
Though Friday afternoon and evening look dry, computer models now indicate a quick return to rain (and possibly snow north of Indy) Friday night into Saturday. This is a change from prior forecasts… but a needed change due to the latest data sets.
For now the first half of Saturday looks soggy and raw with highs in the 40s. Sunday easily will be the best, and warmest, day of the weekend… with sunshine and highs climbing into the 60s. We're eyeing storm potential for Monday but it's too far out any specifics or confidence at this point. Have a great day.