INDIANAPOLIS — You may want to grab a jacket or sweater, at least for the morning. Autumn air is moving in Monday, with morning lows in the 50s and highs in the 60s.
The cold front that brought Indiana heavy rain today will be to the east by tomorrow. Behind the front, much cooler and drier air will move in. With the low position near the Great Lakes, a few spotty showers will be possible during the day.
It will also be a little breezy as the center of the low pressure system tracks east tomorrow. Expect wind gusts between 20 and 25 mph.
The jet stream is also taking a dip tomorrow, which will draw in unseasonably cool air. The average high for this time of year is around 80 degrees. Tomorrow, most of central Indiana will remain in the 60s. Southern Indiana may be able to climb into the low 70s.
Don't worry, summer lovers — we aren't done with the warmer weather! The 13-day temperature trend shows highs returning to the 80s for the second half of the week. We may not be done with the high 80s and 90s for the season either.
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