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Wednesday evening Live Doppler 13 Forecast - Sept. 28, 2022

Areas of patchy frost are possible Thursday morning.

INDIANAPOLIS — It was a cool but pleasant autumn day with temperatures only recovering into the upper 50s and low 60s. The skies will gradually clear out this evening, allowing temperatures to tumble. 

Temperatures will fall into the mid to upper 30s Thursday morning. Patchy frost will be possible, mainly in areas along and north of I-70. The urban heat island of the metro area will likely stay frost-free.

After a chilly start, temperatures will rebound into the mid- to upper 60s by afternoon, under sunny skies.

Friday will be sunny and pleasant, with afternoon highs near 70°.

Afternoon highs will be back to near normal for this time of year this weekend. Temperatures will be back into the low 70s. The remnants of Hurricane Ian could also have impacts in central Indiana this weekend.  Right now, Sunday does look dry, with increasing clouds and breezy winds. Keep checking back for the latest.

For the latest updates on Hurricane Ian, please visit the National Hurricane Center at www.nhc.noaa.gov.

This day in Indiana weather history:

1999: Severe thunderstorms bring an F1 tornado to Tippecanoe County. Wind gusts over 100 mph are also reported in the county, along with golf ball-sized hail.

Credit: WTHR

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