INDIANAPOLIS — The upper level low over the Great Lakes will continue to impact central Indiana on Tuesday. The winds will be out of the northwest, gusting around 25 mph.
The air will also be very dry, with dewpoints in the low 30s.
Afternoon highs will only climb into the low 60s, running more than ten degrees below normal.
The winds will calm down late day Wednesday and temperatures will fall as cooler air moves in.
With lows in the upper 30s and low 40s, some patchy frost will be possible.