Warmer Weather Arriving


You'll notice it won't be "as" cold beginning this Tuesday afternoon with temperatures climbing into the mid 40s across the state.

If you have plans to celebrate Valentine's Day early to beat the crowds, we're looking at a dry, cool evening with scattered clouds and temps in the mid 30s.

For Wednesday, look for mostly cloudy but warmer conditions. Most of the afternoon will be spent in the 40s with temps climbing into the upper 40s/lower 50s in the evening. Prepare for some stray showers to move in later in the day as well (mainly after 8pm). Rain chance near 20% late Wednesday.

Temperatures will continue to rise during the overnight into Thursday morning. We'll potentially have the warmest day in Central Indiana since December 5th, 2017 (high temp was 62°). That's nearly 70 days!

We'll also be dealing with fairly widespread showers and a few rumbles of thunder Thursday. No severe weather is expected. Best chance of the more widespread rain arrives after 5pm.

This rain is associated with a cold front and will drop temperatures drastically by Friday morning. A few lingering rain showers could transition into a brief snow mix. No accumulation is expected.

Temps only top out in the mid 30s Friday afternoon.

Slightly warmer for the weekend. Saturday will be the pick of the weekend. Sunshine with highs in the lower 40s.

A very rainy pattern begins on Sunday, but at least temperatures will run well above average into next week.