Good morning! It will be a beautiful Palm Sunday in Central Indiana today as temperatures will reach the upper 70s, nearly 15 degrees above average for this time of year. Thousands head to church today to mark the day when Christ rode into Jerusalem a week before his death and resurrection. The day could not be prettier.
In the meantime, colder weather is poised to come back. After rain and thunderstorms late tonight and tomorrow a cold blast enters Indiana. Look for rain and even a few snowflakes mixed in Monday night and a cold high of just 44 on Tuesday. Back to the average high, the low 60s by Thursday. In fact, look for a more steady spring like pattern from Thursday into the weekend.
On This Day in Central Indiana Weather History
1994 : The Vermillion River in Vermillion county records a record flood, over 14 feet above flood stage.