The dense fog from this morning is lifting with a gradually clearing to partly sunny skies this afternoon. Afternoon highs will climb into the mid to upper 60s. The record of 72 degrees set last year on this date, will likely remain safe today. It will, however, mark the 6th day this month with 60 plus degree temperatures. The record is 8 set in 1976 and we are forecast to hit 10 by Friday.
A cold front will move in on Tuesday, bringing light rain to central Indiana Tuesday morning. A gradual clearing moves in Tuesday afternoon with afternoon highs in the mid 60s.
Patchy fog is possible Wednesday morning with sunshine later. Temperatures will climb into the upper 60s.
A strong storm system starts to push in on Thursday. A warm front will trigger a few scattered showers and thunderstorms Thursday afternoon and evening. Afternoon highs will soar to 70 degrees.
The cold front associated with this system will arrive Friday. Thunderstorms will develop along the front by afternoon and some storms could be strong, possibly severe. Right now, the main threat looks like damaging winds. The Skytrak13 Weather Team will keep you updated as this system evolves.
Behind the cold front, much colder air will be ushered into central Indiana. Temperatures will fall most of the day Saturday and it will be a blustery day. A few flurries will be possible, too.