INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - A raincoat and umbrella are must-haves for Monday morning. We have had not only rain, but also some dense fog in spots.
By late afternoon, we will start to dry out, but temperatures won't budge much today.
Look for a dry night tonight but by early Tuesday morning, a narrow band of snow will move into Indiana. I think it should be gone for most of the morning rush hour.
Look for some midweek rain, but by Friday will be sunny and real cold - down to 10 degrees in the morning with a high around the freezing mark. I guess that's good cuddling weather for Valentine's Day!
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This day in central Indiana weather history - 1871:
At Indianapolis, on the first day of official Weather Bureau records in Indianapolis, the high temperature is 28, with no precipitation. Low temperature records do not begin until March 1, 1871.