Much warmer in Central Indiana with highs in the 40s after a sunny start. Clouds continue to increase and serve notice of changes ahead.
Showers are possible before midnight...especially in the southern part of the viewing area. But raindrops, and possibly a few snowflakes, are fair game area wide heading into Monday morning. Clouds rule the sky Monday and we'll keep occasional showers in the forecast with highs in the 50s.
Latest data sets point toward a potentially volatile, but highly complex, set up late Tuesday into early Wednesday. At this juncture we have low confidence on how the main ingredients come together. But it should be noted that the "modeled" atmosphere over Central Indiana Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning would be supportive of all modes of severe weather... including tornadoes.
The SPC has already outlined the viewing area for a Slight Risk for that time frame. If model trends continue it's conceivable an upgrade in future outlooks is very possible. Please check back for updates.
The record high of 68 Tuesday may be achieved and it appears temperatures Tuesday night won't drop at all. The passage of a cold front early Wednesday brings a return to colder air and falling temperatures.
Friday is the coldest day of the week before the wind returns to the southwest and pushes highs to near 60 Saturday and Sunday - Sean Ash