Temperatures slowly climb this week

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Central Indiana saw another beautiful day with clear skies, low humidity levels and pleasant temperatures.


And with such similar conditions again today, plus the control of a high pressure system, there’s no doubt that it’s going to get chilly again tonight.  Temperatures should fall into the mid 40s outside of Indianapolis but closer to 50° here in the metro.  Skies will remain clear and winds also remain light.

Tuesday is shaping up to be a warmer day and you’ll even start to see a few more clouds compared to the last two days.  We’ll see mostly sunny conditions and temperatures climbing into the mid 70s.  A low pressure system is sneaking in from the Midwest and this will mainly start to increase clouds later Tuesday evening.

Meteogram tomorrow

The core of this system will basically be to our south Tuesday night and Wednesday so this means more clouds for those of you in the southern part of the state and lesser clouds to the north.  This system shouldn’t have too large of an impact on temperatures on Wednesday.  We should still hit the mid 70s with partly cloudy conditions.  We could also see an isolated shower that day but no guarantees for rainfall on Wednesday with the current projected path of this system.

Temperatures will continue to climb later this week as winds turn back to the south and start to move in warmer air.  We should return to the mid to low 80s for both Friday and Saturday.  But this warm air isn’t going to last long!  A cold front moves in Sunday morning and this will bring in cloud cover, rainfall and colder air behind the system.