Patchy fog is developing this morning across central Indiana. Some areas will see visibility fall to less than one mile through mid morning. Temperatures this morning are only falling into the mid 40s.
The skies will gradually clear out by early afternoon. It will be a beautiful afternoon with temperatures climbing into the mid to upper 60s. The record for today is 69 degrees, set in 1930. It could be tied or broken this afternoon. Today will also mark the 4th day in a row of 60 plus degree weather. The record consecutive 60 plus degree days in a row is 7 set in February 1930. That long stretch could be broken this week!
Areas of fog will be possible Monday morning with lows in the mid 40s.
President’s Day will be sunny and mild with afternoon highs soaring into the low 70s.
A cold front will arrive late Monday night into Tuesday. A few showers will be likely Tuesday morning with a high in the mid 60s.
Wednesday will be sunny and pleasant with temperatures climbing back into the mid 60s.
There is a chance of a few showers Thursday with thunderstorms likely by Friday afternoon, along another cold front. The 60 plus degree weather will come to an end by Friday.
Much colder air will spill in behind the cold front, bringing more seasonal conditions for the weekend. A few snow showers will even be possible Saturday!
On this date in Indiana weather history – 1981: North of Linton in Greene County, thunderstorm winds blew a house off its foundation and destroyed a garage.