INDIANAPOLIS — As the area of high pressure that has kept our skies clear the past few days departs east, clouds will begin to build in throughout the day.
If you're headed downtown to Lucas Oil Stadium to check out IU football taking on Louisville, the roof and window will be closed. Temperatures warm from the upper 60s at the noon kickoff to the mid 70s under a mainly cloudy sky.
We stay mainly dry today due to quite a bit of dry air close to the surface but a late day spotty rain shower will be possible. It wouldn't be a bad idea to grab a jacket with a hood if you're headed to West Lafayette for Purdue football versus Syracuse at 7:30 p.m.
Mainly cloudy with a stray shower overnight with temperatures falling into the upper 50s. The better chance of rain this weekend arrives tomorrow as an area of low pressure tracks right through central Indiana.
Scattered showers will begin mainly west during the morning hours with isolated storms possible in the afternoon. Severe weather is not expected but lightning is a threat within any thunderstorm. Scattered rain will taper off in the evening as the low pressure system pulls east. Look for rain-cooled high temperatures in the low 70s.
Skies will begin to clear Monday with a mix of sun and clouds and highs still cooler in the low 70s. The rest of next week brings big improvements. Mostly sunny skies begin Tuesday as temperatures recover to the upper 70s.
Highs then climb into the low 80s starting Wednesday into next weekend.