No question about it…we had a beautiful day today. Temps were in the mid 60s and we had a sapphire blue sky.
Let’s keep the good times rolling with a beautiful display of the Full Hunter’s Moon tonight. Peak was technically at 5:08 p.m. but because of the clear skies, we will see the brilliance of the moon all night. The Full Hunter’s Moon comes after the Harvest Moon and the closes full moon to the Autumn Equinox.
Now to the weather. A very deep low pressure ridge is powering chilly air to the south. It will be cold tonight.
Much of Indiana will be under a Frost Advisory from 5 a.m. until 9 a.m. tomorrow. It will be a cold one so a warm coat will be required on the way to work and school tomorrow.
The week ahead will see real ups and downs and cold fronts will be the catalyst to change.
For instance a cold front could bring us some decent amounts of rain Tuesday late into early Wednesday and just look the 7 day forecast and you will see temperatures below average for several days but also a pretty good shot at a couple of days over 70.
Remember to watch our weathercasts on WTHR this week for the latest and as always, remember to download the WTHR Weather App.