Frost Advisory and the Weekend Forecast - Live Doppler 13 Weather Blog


Central Indiana has experienced a chilly change. This chill will last through the weekend and into early next week.

Skies will be mainly clear overnight and temperatures will fall into the middle and upper 30s. It will be cold enough for some patchy frost across the northern part of the state. Here is the frost advisory and forecast low temperatures.

It will be a sunny start to Friday, but clouds increase quickly and rain chances arrive by Friday afternoon.

If you are going to a high school football game, be prepared for some light rain and temperatures in the upper 40s.

The rain will end late Friday night and temperatures again fall into the middle and upper 30s Saturday morning. Saturday will be cool and in the 50s, with a mix of sun and clouds.

Another weather system arrives toward the end of the weekend, with the best chance for showers on Sunday across the southern half of the state. Where we have sunshine on Sunday, afternoon temperatures will near 60 degrees north, but temperatures will be stuck in the 50s south with that chance for showers.

Monday will be damp and cool, with showers and afternoon temperatures in the lower 50s.

The rain exits and the coldest air of the season arrives Tuesday morning. Right now a widespread frost is possible, with some areas having the first freeze of the season. We will keep you updated.

The rest of next week looks dry, with a slow warming trend in the forecast.