(Oct. 23, 2014) - Temperatures this morning are settling down into the middle 30s in most locations with reports of heavy frost and foggy conditions. We do have one school delay so far--Tri-Central Community Schools in Tipton County.
A dense fog advisory went into effect for northern Indiana and will last until 10 a.m.
We expect to see another sun-filled day with milder temperatures reaching the lower 60s. A very seasonal day is anticipated...here is your breakdown:
We'll see a weak shower chance late tonight and into early Friday morning with most areas not seeing a drop, as the dry pattern continues to hold. The well advertised warm-up is still intact for the weekend, along with plenty of sunshine.
A look ahead to Halloween still has a forecast up in the air. One particular model that I have a lot of faith in is showing sunshine and highs around 57°, while another is hinting at snow showers! Yikes...here is a look at the colder, snowy outlook: