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Live Doppler 13 Forecast

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Sean Ash
Forecast updated at Oct 23rd, 2018 - 1:03pm (EDT)

Central Indiana another dose of sunshine today but it comes with a wind-shift to the northwest. This is from the passage of cool front earlier this morning and it knocks high temperatures down into the mid/upper 50s today.

A clear and cold night on tap as temperatures drop quickly after sunset. Wednesday morning lows near freezing produce areas of frost. Another sunny day though and pleasantly cool high temperatures in the 50s.

Better enjoy the sunshine while it lasts with a cloudier set-up emerging late week into the weekend. Clouds keep temperatures on the cooler than average side the remainder of the week... with highs mainly in the mid/upper 40s.

Thursday looks dry for now but it's looking like another showery Operation Football Friday evening. Showers remain possible Saturday, but greater coverage of rain this weekend appears to be on Sunday.

Long-range signals showing a potential warmer trend for next week that could lead into Halloween. Stay tuned - Sean Ash

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