INDIANAPOLIS — A pleasantly cool weekend in central Indiana precedes the mildest stretch of air since mid-November. Seasonably chilly lows in the 30s overnight won't be as cold as the 20s the past couple of days.
Thanks to sunshine, a southwest wind and warming airmass, temperatures warm quickly Monday and will be near 60 degrees around noon, only to peak near the 65-70 degree range in the afternoon. The only downside will be the relatively dry air creating an increased fire risk. Please avoid any burning until further notice.
A balmy breeze continues into Thursday morning. Though some showers are possible Wednesday, the next best chance of rain will be Thursday into Friday, which is preceded by colder air heading into next weekend.