You can certainly feel the wind of change cutting across Central Indiana this afternoon in the wake of a cold front that's pushing downpours and tropical air out of the state.
Dewpoints are dropping below 60° (the line of discomfort for most) quickly courtesy of pleasant northwest wind that's gusty at times.
We're enjoying plenty of sunshine too with only scattered clouds and/or a spotty, quick-moving shower possible before sunset.
Expect much cooler lows near 50° overnight with only scattered clouds around.
Saturday should begin with decent sunshine but the combination of late-May sun and colder air aloft likely breeds a canopy of low clouds... that ranges from broken to overcast in the afternoon/evening.
Highs near 70° Saturday quickly cool after sunset as the cloud deck fades and lows drop into the 45°-50° Sunday morning.
But Sunday looks like a severe clear day with blue sky and pleasant highs near 70°.
June opens seasonably cool on Monday but a surge of warmth quickly takes over and highs near 90° Wednesday afternoon along with an increasing Muggy Meter.