INDIANAPOLIS — Winds will gust from the northwest up to 30 mph at times this afternoon, adding an extra chill to the air. High temperatures today will be around 10 degrees below average in the low 60s. Most of the area sees mostly sunny skies, but a few more clouds are expected to develop throughout the northeastern tier of the state.
We'll clear back out overnight as temperatures plummet into the mid-40s. Outlying locations could even see the upper 30s.
Cool air continues into Wednesday, with highs in the low 60s under a partly to mostly cloudy sky.
Sunshine returns for Thursday as this dome of cool air finally begins to break down over Indiana. This will allow for a slightly warmer day, with highs back in the upper 60s.
We'll continue the warming trend into Friday, with highs in the low 70s and into the mid-70s this weekend. The pattern remains dry as well, with only a stray shower chance mainly south on Sunday as we track the remnants of what is now Hurricane Ian.