Bye, bye warm weather

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Another front slides through later on today.

Hope you enjoyed the 68 degree high we hit yesterday as we won’t see even the fifties through Wednesday.  One shot of colder air is already through area this morning with us waiting on a second ‘arctic’ blast that will arrive late on today.  Highs today will be nearly twenty degrees colder than Friday with highs just shy of 50 degrees here in Indianapolis.

Temperatures will remain well below the average for this time of the year as we head into the upcoming week.  Sunday highs will be in the 30s and we expect to see highs in the 30s through Wednesday.  We are also watching the potential for snow on Tuesday with the Euro showing potentially an inch of snow falling.  I don’t think at this point we will see much more than flurries with this.  Looking over data it looks like the EURO is having feedback issues.   It is basically having trouble separating a powerful  east coast Nor’easter from the rest of the overall weather picture.  Due to that is showing more than an inch of snow falling for the area on Tuesday.  I still think we see relatively few traffic issues on Tuesday as snow is falling but we will see.

We do start to warm up heading into the second half of the week with highs Thursday through Saturday expected to hit the 50s.  Rain will be possible late Thursday into Friday but it should not be severe.  Enjoy your day!

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