Partial solar eclipse Thursday, frost advisory issued overnight

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FROST ADVISORY OVERNIGHT

Widespread frost likely in central and southern Indiana and in the city as low temps once again dip into the 30’s.

There will likely be less wind tonight than usual so prospects of frost, especially in the city, are high. Cover up and tend to the tender vegetation tonight!

Frost Advisory

Frost Advisory

COOLEST OF THE SEASON

The early morning low of 38° Wednesday in the city, is the coolest here since mid May.  The average date of a sub 40° low temperature is nearly 3 weeks behind schedule (10-3) but lit looks like we will reach the 30 easily again tonight.

Wednesday AM low temperatyres

Wednesday AM low temperatures

INDIAN SUMMER COMING SOON

Warmer days are coming and it starts with a 60° high Thursday.  Prospects grow for 70° warmth here by early next week as a windy, fall storm arrives. 

Weather map forecast Monday 8 AM

Weather map forecast Monday 8 AM

PARTIAL SOLAR ECLIPSE THURSDAY

Two weeks after a lunar eclipse, the moon will throw its shadow onto the Earth. A partial solar eclipse will occur Thursday afternoon and last for about 1 hour and 12 minutes or right up to sunset, weather permitting. (Clouds are forecast to increase during the day)

The eclipse will begin at 5:42 PM in Indianapolis, peaking with about 40% obstruction at 6:46 PM just before sunset at 6:54 PM.

NEVER LOOK DIRECTLY AT THE SUN!

And use this eclipse calculator for times specific to you town or city.

Partial solar eclipse Thursday aftenoon

Partial solar eclipse Thursday aftenoon

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