Fog, drizzle this weekend then rain Monday

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(Dec. 13, 2014)–An Air Quality Alert is in effect through Sunday as smog becomes an issue across central Indiana. An inversion, or warmer layer aloft, will trap moisture at the surface leading to cloud cover, fog, and perhaps drizzle overnight. Temperatures at 5 p.m. Saturday were in the mid to upper 40s and are only supposed to fall to near 40 by Sunday morning in the city.

5:00 p.m. temps

Fox Futurecast shows the clouds with us Sunday. Winds will light out of the south, southwest and the high temperature will be near 50 degrees.  An upper-level storm system will approach from the Plains Monday bringing widespread rain to the area. Rain will linger into Tuesday. Temperatures will reach the mid-40s Tuesday before falling during the day.

FOX Futurecast


Much colder air arrives Wednesday with temperatures starting out in the upper 20s with highs in the mid-30s. Another storm system will eject out of the Plains next weekend–this time bringing a chance for snow to central Indiana Friday night into Saturday.

7-day forecast


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