Chilly but sunny Sunday ahead

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Clouds will decrease overnight as a ridge of high pressure moves in to Central Indiana.  This will allow temperatures to fall into the upper teens for most locations.  Winds will also remain light tonight, which is pretty typical under the influence of high pressure.


We’ll see plenty of sunshine on Sunday with rather similar temperatures to what we saw on Saturday to start the weekend.  Even with the abundance of sunshine, a cool, north wind will continue moving in and that’s why temperatures won’t get any warmer.


Here’s a look at the temperature track for Sunday:

Meteogram Night

Another significant area of low pressure will come into the Midwest and Ohio Valley again this coming week. Clouds will increase on Monday ahead of the next low and temperatures will return to seasonal averages around 43°F.  Rain will start moving in to Central Indiana late Monday night and into Tuesday.  This event will start as rain but as temperatures fall, we’ll see the precipitation type changing to snow.  But this same low will become a “cut off low” and basically hang around the Great Lakes region for the rest of the work week.  This means that we’ll stay cloudy and cool with daily chances of snowfall from late Tuesday through Saturday. 


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