It’s a cold start this morning for this last Sunday in February. With clear skies, temperatures have tumbled into the low 20s. Wind chill values make it feel like it’s in the teens.
Clouds will increase this afternoon and so will the wind. Winds will shift out of the southwest, increasing to 10 to 15mph. The southerly flow will allow temperatures to rebound into the mid 40s.
There is a chance of a few showers overnight through Monday morning drive time. This should be a mainly rain event, with temperatures falling into the mid 30s. But a few snowflakes will be possible.
Monday will be mostly cloudy and mild with a chance of more light rain during the afternoon. Temperatures will climb into the low 50s.
Showers will be likely by Monday night into Tuesday morning.
Another round of showers and some thunderstorms will move in Tuesday afternoon. Some storms could be strong to severe. Temperatures will be unseasonably mild with highs in the upper 60s the near 70 degrees. The record high for Tuesday is 68 degrees, set in 1895.
The active weather continues Wednesday with more rain likely afternoon and evening and highs will climb back into the low 60s.
A strong cold front will usher in cold, winter-like air by Thursday.
A few snow showers will be possible Friday with highs in the upper 30s.
On this date in Indiana weather history – 1963: at Indianapolis, the record low temperature for today’s date was set at 6 below zero.