Warmer weather arrives today

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Meteogram tomorrow

Warm surge of air arrives today

Are you ready for some warmer weather?  Highs today should be near 50 degrees with temps at least remaining around the ‘average high’ for this time of the year through the weekend.  There will be a small chance for some rain and some flurries on Saturday but the already small chance looks to continue to dry up as each new model run comes in.

The average high temperature for this time of the year is 48 degrees.  Three of the next seven days are forecast to hit that mark.  First up will be today as our highs should get near and likely top 50 degrees.  We have your high as 52 at the Indianapolis airport.

Temperatures won’t be as warm over the weekend but still close to the average for this time of the year.  Saturday highs will hit the mid-40s with clouds around.  Light rain and flurries will be possible heading into Saturday evening.  Overnight lows fall to the upper 20s to start our Sunday with a Sunday high of 47.  Sunday should be dry with clear skies.

The warmest days of the week will be on Monday and Tuesday with highs expected to hit the upper 50s to the low 60s.  Winter is set to return as we head into the last part of your week.  Highs on Wednesday will be in the mid to upper 30s.  Some data suggests a monster rain/snow set-up develops and brings parts of the state either rain, snow or both.  This is something new to last night’s run as the Euro was dry yesterday.  Rain and or snow could potentially carry over into your Thursday.  For now I have temperatures reflecting the likely dry conditions at this time for Thursday.  Enjoy your day!

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