TGIF! Our forecast today is playing out as expected with low clouds and only peeks of sunshine. A brisk wind coming off of Lake Michigan continues to push spotty lake effect sprinkles and showers into Central Indiana.
Temperatures in the 50s quickly drop into the 40s after sunset and the steady north-northwesterly wind makes it feel colder. Layer up if you're heading out for Operation Football games this evening and get ready for our coldest night since mid-May.
There's now change to our week-long forecast of frost potential for Saturday morning, but a Frost Advisory is in effect from 2am-8am for most of the viewing area. Protect any outside plants that you want to save for awhile. Lows will be in the 35-40 range Saturday morning with a nice recovery to near 60 in the afternoon.
Blue sky fills the sky in what will be an amazing autumn weekend in Central Indiana. Temperatures jump to near 70 Sunday afternoon before a weak cool front knocks highs into the lower 60s early next week.
We'll have another chance of frost Tuesday morning but long range signals point toward another impressive warm spell (for the time of year) heading into Halloween weekend. Have a great weekend - Sean Ash