Good morning central Indiana. There's just a slight shower chance early this morning and that's primarily in far southeastern Indiana.
Most of us wake up to partly cloudy conditions and temperatures in the 40s. The month finishes in much the same way autumn has been - above average. Daytime highs creep into the lower 50s and that occurs between 12 pm and 2 pm.
The passage of a front this afternoon pushes temperatures back into the 40s by the time you get home from work. Colder air continues to flow into the state overnight and sets the stage for a seasonably cold stretch into the weekend.
We're back to mainly overcast on Thursday with some snow flurries possible at any given time. Highs tomorrow and Friday struggle to hit the lower 40s. The weekend begins chilly and we're still eyeing a system that looks to impact Sunday.
At this time our call is for a soggy Sunday with rain and a wintry mix at times. Combined with highs near 40 and it has the makings of indoor day. Long range signals continue to suggest another potent storm to impact the Ohio Valley sometime next week. Updates to come - Sean Ash