The fog continues to lift as a round of rain showers arrives.
Stray showers will be possible through the afternoon with a mild air mass in place allowing temperatures to climb into the lower 50s.
A cold front will trail the warmth tonight taking temperatures back into the mid 20s by overnight with a clearing sky.
Much colder air settles in for the rest of the week with highs only in the mid 30s Thursday.
While it will be much cooler... highs in the mid 30s are seasonal for this time of year and skies will be mostly sunny.
We're monitoring another impactful system that's set to move in late in the day Friday. With temperatures steady in the low 30s, this will start as an all snow event especially areas north and transition into rain with warming temperatures overnight Friday into Saturday.
A round of heavy rain is expected through the day on Saturday morning and afternoon with temperatures in central Indiana climbing to near 50.
As cold air wraps around the backside of this system late Saturday -- we could see a brief transition back into a wintry mix with much colder air arriving on Sunday.
We're talking morning lows in the low teens and highs in the low 20s.
Colder temperatures look to settle in heading into the first part of next week.